Cobbling Together an Almost Good-as-New MacBook

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One question that often plagues me is whether it’s worth upgrading an existing Apple notebook with more RAM and a new hard drive — or whether it’s a better option to simply buy a whole new one altogether. I tend to buy a new PowerBook, iBook, or MacBook every two years or so, and usually around the 16-month point, I’m in a quandary — I’m usually running out hard drive space, I’m running more applications at the same time than ever before, and now the new MacBook Pro models are fantastic but don’t seem quite worth the cost just yet.
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