Buying a computer is a lot like buying a car. You need to know what your price range is and what features you want/need to have. You need to have a clear idea of what you want to be able to do with your computer and how others who use your computer will use it. You also need to figure out often you want to upgrade your computer.
Need help with buying a new Windows desktop PC?Desktop PCs still offer a number of advantages over laptop/notebook PCs. For example, they generally come with more powerful processors, support for larger amounts of memory and bigger hard disks, and are generally easier to upgrade.Â
There are plenty of buying options for people who want a new Mac to close out 2008 and bring in 2009 with a bang. If you are on a very limited budget and don’t need the latest and greatest hardware bells and whistles, you can go with the last generation of the 2007 models (especially laptops) for under $900. If you need the enhanced video capabilities and other new options on the 2008 line and don’t know which to choose, then this buying guide is for you.
Want to know how to buy a desktop PC? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Desktop PCs may be bulky and less portable than a notebook, but they offer several major benefits: maximum computing power and very easy upgrades.