As sealed units, laptops aren't easily upgraded. But that doesn't mean it isn't possible.
The most convenient thing about buying a laptop is that you don't have to put any of it together yourself. The components are chosen for you, assembled, then shipped off in a nice, compact package. But this initially attractive quality can soon become a problem if you decide you want your laptop to run a little faster, sound a little quieter or use less power.
Unlike desktop systems, it’s hard for users to get inside their laptops and upgrade them. In many cases, the only way to get any significant improvement is to replace them entirely. But don't worry: there are things you can do to upgrade your laptop. That's why we've put together this simple guide to improving your laptop's hardware.