Upgrade in Sony® VAIO X Series
How should one opt for upgrade in Sony VAIO X Series?
Every computer needs to be upgraded from time to time. Upgrading your computer not only provides you with improved features but enhanced performance as well. An important requisite for upgrading is an Internet connection. The update centre of your computer is the one which is responsible for the upgrade from the internet. At the time of upgrading your VAIO X, the time of downloading depends on the Internet connection and size of updates which you have opted for. If you want to check what has been upgraded exactly, see the name of the update file from the VAIO Update as it is here that you will get the all update details about each file.
The user must bear in mind certain points while opting for upgrade in Sony VAIO X Series some of which are mentioned as follows:
- Types of upgrades
- Following instructions pertaining to the upgrading process
- Space in the hard drive
- Compatibility with the Operating system
Types of upgrades
The user may opt for any one of the two forms of upgrade namely automatic upgrade and manual upgrade. In the former files are downloaded and installed automatically in the computer while in the latter it is the user who would have to run the installed files manually after they are downloaded.
Following instructions pertaining to the upgrading process
There are certain instructions which need to be adhered to while upgrading. It is of utmost importance to close any activated program during the upgrading process. A new program should never be started while the upgrading is in progress.
Prior to upgrading, the user must check whether the hard drive has sufficient space in order to accommodate the upgraded files. Alternatively, the user can delete some of the existent files and then make space in the hard disk for the new files.
While opting for upgrade in Sony VAIO X Series, the user must ensure that the new programs would be compatible with the existing operating system in the computer for it to function to its optimum potential. Failure to do so would adversely affect the performance of the computer and make it sluggish.