A research commissioned by Crucial.com, and conducted online by Harris Interactive, asks respondents what new year resolutions they would make for their computers, if given the opportunity.
Of those who have a computer, more than half (53%) said they would like their computer programs to run faster, while 43% said that faster start-up would be one of their top New Year’s resolution for their computer in 2013.
Some 36% of those who have a computer said they would like to improve reliability (e.g., fewer crashes or freezes) of their computer in the coming year.
In addition to speed and reliability, 35% of those who have a computer said longer battery life would be a resolution for their computer in 2013. 29% cited increased storage space, and nearly one-quarter (24%) of computer-owners said they would like their computer to stay cooler when operating. 18% said they wished for their computer to reduce its weight or size in 2013, while only 1 out of 5 said they would not change anything about their computer in 2013.
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