SOURCE: Event Management Services, Inc.

July 10, 2006 09:00 ET

Do You Really Need to Upgrade Your Computer?

The Dirty Little Secret the Computer Industry Doesn't Want You to Know

WASHINGTON, DC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 10, 2006 -- It's a common complaint that we have all heard or experienced at one time or another: it seems that the second you buy a new computer, it's obsolete. In order to keep up with the current technology, you have to buy a new computer every couple of years. Thousands, if not millions, of consumers will go out and actually buy a new computer as Microsoft prepares to unleash its latest version of the Windows operating system, known as Vista.

There are easy ways to determine whether or not you really need to buy a new computer or if you can upgrade and get by with what you already have. "Chances are that the computer you have right now will probably do everything you want it to do if it's properly configured," says Zomaya. "There is no such thing as computers becoming obsolete for any other reason than they don't do what you need them to do."

Zomaya and his company, GoldenRAM, are spearheading a revolution in the computer industry. They offer a free online diagnostic utility that can scan a computer's hardware and software and determine what areas are ready for an upgrade or suggest better efficiencies. GoldenRAM has already analyzed over one million computers and the number is growing daily.

If Zomaya has his way, people all over the country will stop shelling out big bucks for new equipment they don't need. "There's no need to fill up our country's landfills with perfectly good computers," he says. A network of Technical Advisors (TAs) will help him accomplish his goal of rapidly expanding and serving millions of Americans.

To find out if you really need to throw that old computer in the dumpster or to become a part of this movement to re-invent the computer service industry, check out their website at

For a press kit about GoldenRAM and their product or to set up an interview with Christ (Chris) Zomaya, please contact Anja Barger at or at 727-443-7115, ext. 207.

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Contact Information

  • Anja Barger
    Print Campaign Manager
    Event Management Services, Inc.
    1127 Grove Street
    Clearwater, FL 33755
    Phone: (727) 443-7115 ext 207