Nearly 1 in 10 Americans Would Rather Sleep in the Slammer than Deal with a Chronically Slow Computer
NEW YORK, June 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a recent study commissioned by Slimware Utilities and conducted online by Harris Poll, we're a procrastination nation with some serious digital baggage. Slimware Utilities Holdings, Inc., a leader in PC optimization solutions, today announced findings from its survey which reveal a few peculiar consumer sentiments and procrastination tendencies when it comes to upkeep of their digital devices (computers, smartphones and tablets). Among the findings:
The "Consumer Digital Device Upkeep, Sentiments and Habits Survey" was conducted online by Harris Poll on behalf of Slimware Utilities from April 7-11, 2016 among 2,157 U.S. adults age 18 and older. Further results include:
Do your digital chores
Like a nagging mother, most digital devices will prompt users to do their chores – that is, the digital ones. But often times it's not enough.
While consumers procrastinate to update their software, it's no surprise many of them wait to do something about it before it's too late. Nearly 1 in 10 of computer owners who hesitate to upgrade their software say they wait until their device is no longer functioning properly. Why?
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