Laptop or desktop? New or used or refurbished? Low or high priced? Trying to find the perfect computer can be an overwhelming experience. No worries. Now you have a buying guide to help you choose a computer to meet your needs.
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Not all laptops are created equal. Which one is right for you? Before you go to the store to find your new digital companion, first define your needs. Are you a student or home user? A business professional? Travel frequently? A gamer, multi-media user or creator? A graphic designer? Answers to these questions and considerations
When you purchase a new computer, the Windows Operating System and installed software are not up-to-date and the hard drive is loaded with unnecessary data. Windows releases critical updates and security patches that are not applied to new computers that sit in warehouses and stocking rooms. Before computers reach the sales floor, they become outdated