How to choose a computer-

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Nowadays, people must have a computer. Whether it is a college student or a fresh person in society, computers are indispensable in our lives.

Or maybe you don’t own a computer at all but have finally decided to join the digital age.

Is your computer showing its age? Chugging laboriously while loading a website, making videos skip or taking half an hour just to start up in the morning? It’s probably time to get a new one!

Either way, a trip to the computer shop is required, be it on the high street or online. But that can be a pretty daunting prospect – how do you decide from such a dizzying array of choices? This guide will help you through the confusion.

Follow these step-by-step instructions on how to choose a computer

Step 1: Work out whether you want a desktop computer or a laptop. If you’ll be using it in one place, a desktop will be cheaper and easier to modify, but laptops have the obvious benefits of mobility and smaller size. 

Step 2: Decide whether you want a PC or a Mac. There are some obvious and some subtle differences between them. But in general, PCs are harder to use but are cheaper and have more software, and Macs are easier to operate but are more expensive and less software has been created for them.

Step 3: Probably the most important step of all: figure out how much money you’re willing to spend. Computers vary hugely in price and it’s easy to spend far more than you intend. 

Very basic PCs can cost below £200, but these are usually specialist models. Most mid-range PCs will set you back between £200 and £500, with high-end machines much more than that.

Depending on how powerful you want it to be and how big a screen you prefer.

Step 4: Do you need to buy a screen? these can cost almost as much as a PC itself, so if you’ve already got a reasonable one, you might want to save money by sticking with it.

If you do decide to get a screen, buy as big a one as you can afford – the difference in your productivity and the sheer enjoyment you’ll get just using your computer will make it worth your while.

Step 5: Determine the power of the computer you need. If you plan to use it only for word processing and browsing the web, you might use a machine that is relatively weak. If you want to play the latest games the best, then you need a computer with more weight. But remember: the more powerful your computer, the longer it will take to change.

Step 6: You must determine how big the hard drive you need. A hard drive is where you store your computer information. The more information you have, the more you have on your hard drive.

Text files take up a small amount of space, but if you want to keep a large music, photo or video library, you will find that this space will fill up very quickly. If you are editing video, you really need a very large hard disk.


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