Despite the fact that the adoption of mobile technology, from the Google Glass to smartphones, continues to grow at a staggering rate, the desktop computing market remains a huge part of the technological world. As Forbes writes, sales of desktop computers still come in at around 80 million units each quarter. Even though that marks a slight decrease in overall sales, desktops ostensibly remain a top choice for gaming and work. In short, they’re not going anywhere anytime soon.
While there are many benefits to using traditional computing technology over mobile, reliability and durability are not among them. Desktop components and software tend to go haywire a lot more than their mobile counterparts, making the annual