Is your computer ready for holiday online shopping?


(BUSINESS WIRE) {}As the busiest online shopping day of the year approaches, consumers will soon be taking to the web, beginning on Cyber Monday, in a mad rush to seize numerous online deals, one-day discounts, and early-bird promotions being offered by online retailers. In the wake of a National Retail Federation survey projecting an increase in the number of U.S. consumers that will be shopping online this holiday season, the memory experts at urge consumers to make sure their computer is ready to handle the rigors of shopping online this holiday season."More and more consumers are choosing to skip the long lines and crowded malls for the convenience of online shopping during the holiday season, but shopping in cyberspace can quickly lead to increased frustration and stress when a computer is not performing as needed," said Roddy McLean, marketing director, "Let's face it, the holidays are stressful enough, and no one wants to be hindered in their quest for the next great deal by a computer that slows to a crawl, freezes up, or crashes as they are about to click the 'checkout' button after hours spent finding the perfect gifts."So, before Cyber Monday is upon us, the experts at suggest that consumers take a little time to get their computers ready for the post-Thanksgiving annual online shopping spree with a few tune-up tips.