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How often do you get a new computer?

Type: General
Yearly 2% 1 Votes
Every 2-3 years 20% 9 Votes
Every 3-5 years 52% 24 Votes
Only when mine breaks 17% 8 Votes
Other 9% 4 Votes

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46 Votes Total

Mar 5, 2011

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slutty (111) Probably every 2-3 years on average, but that's just because I beat the crap out of my laptops due to my work.
03-05-11  01:07am

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otoh (54) Just getting a new one, the last couple lasting me 3 years apiece. I work in IT and like to keep reasonably current... but I have a lot of stuff set up on my computer and its a PITA to do it again, so I try not to upgrade too often!
03-05-11  01:21am

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RustyJ (145) I guess I'm down to three years or more. It seems that the crazy race for more and more prosessing power has calmed down somewhat.
03-05-11  02:50am

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Lionheart (47) Not very often. I use Macs and then tend to (at least for me) last at least 5+ years. The only time I need to buy a new is when the newer computers feature some new add ons that I want.
03-05-11  03:07am

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pinkerton (41) Only when I find I can't run the latest software that I might need to do my usual stuff.
03-05-11  04:03am

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pat362 (375) Since there aren't many computer games anymore then I don't need to keep upgrading my PC nor do I need the latest fastest PC because it's not that important. A new monitor, better graphic card and more storage/memeory are more important to me. For those reason than I usually wait about 6yrs to actually buy a new computer.
03-05-11  05:51am

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BadMrFrosty (56) I have been using the same computer for over 10 years. I have replaced the motherboard a few times, the cpu now and again, the memory once or twice, the graphics card yearly and the case on the odd ocassion but its still the same computer, honest.
03-05-11  06:47am

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Monahan (44) Normally I would have said 3-5 years but two things have occurred that make the period longer: 1) Windows Vista & Windows 7 both make me want to keep my Windows XP computer; and, 2) Toshiba offers, and I bought, a long term warranty that has done quite well in keeping my older laptop functioning as well as any new one might.
03-05-11  10:32am

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graymane (33) Normally replace my desktop at about the five year level. Mostly I'm just upgrading to the newer operating systems as they arrive -- as well as have a system restore done whenever needed to clean out all the junk on my drives.
03-05-11  02:47pm

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Drooler (220) Every 3-5 is closest for me, but my current machine is holding up well at age 5, so we'll see.

I'm not a big fan of planned obsolescence. Hopefully, my machine wasn't planned by fans of it, either.

03-05-11  03:41pm

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slategrey (13) Replace mines when it breaks down...time varys
03-06-11  12:45pm

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yote78 (5) As cheap as they're getting lately, I should probably replace both my laptop and desktop more often. Guess I'm too settled in with what I've got.
03-07-11  06:17am

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mbaya (366) I still have my first computer that I bought. However, I have upgraded it so many times that nothing of it is from then.
03-13-11  10:07am

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