The Dial-A-Nerd Guide to Buying a New Computer
Setting a Budget
A first step is to determine how much you can spend, then see where it fits into the budget ranges below. The amount of money spent correlates directly to the performance of the PC. The recommendation above falls into the middle category. Basic software such as word processing, email, spreadsheets, and surfing the web runs with acceptably on all new PCs purchased today. The performance becomes a concern when hardware intensive programs such as 3D Games, Graphics Software, or Photo Editing Software. Now click on the budget to move to step 2.
Pete Moulton is the “older than dirt on a 1981 PC” nerd at Dial-A-Nerd Computer Services and The Moulton Company. He has worked with PCs since 1981 and networks since 1985. Pete has authored the Prentice-Hall books: “A+ Certification and PC Repair Guide”, “The Telecommunications Survival Guide”, and “SOHO Networking”. Contact Dial-A-Nerd services and The Moulton Company at 410 531-5890 or visit the web sites www.DialANerd.com or www.MoultonCo.com. © P. D. Moulton.
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