People are certainly not out of the store in the rain to get the latest and best desktop computers, but PCs are far from dead. A budget work space is one kilometer for a budget laptop. It's expensive to make things smaller. Small size is what some people attract when choosing a new computer, but today the big towers of dance are not the only choice.
1) Desktop Styles
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There is a lot more variety and selection in the desktop format, which in some respects is large, but it also makes the buying process much more complicated. You can find computers in each of these categories against a variety of pricing, so keeping in mind is how to use your desktop.
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The classic desktop form factor, the towers, was held for good reason. It is difficult to adjust too much power in small devices, such as a laptop or tablet at a reasonable price. The price performance ratio of tower computers is virtually unbeatable.
There is more room for upgrading and expanding the system when newer technologies come true, while for smaller devices you need to purchase a new system.
However, the towers have a little space and if the space in your house is higher, a tower can be ruled out. You also need a separate monitor, keyboard and mouse. There are a few cases where these accessories are included, or you can get a discount if you buy them at the same time as the computer, but you want to buy when you make your budget.
3) All in one
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All-in-one computers provide a simple, space-saving configuration. These are essentially a cross between a desktop and a laptop. The small design gives you much more flexibility while placing your work area smooth. You need a separate keyboard and mouse.
There is also the question that if the monitor is broken, you need a brand new computer.
4) Mini and Stick PCs
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These computers use mobile components to keep them small (like the All-in-One). Mini PCs are small enough to hide behind a monitor or TV and push the PCs are slightly larger than a thumb drive. Due to the small size they are not very powerful and the internal expansion is limited to impossible.
Although they can not create advanced games or multimedia editing, they work well for daily tasks, browsing the web and watching the media.
5) The different operating systems
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The question, which operating system (OS) is often displayed with desktops, such as tablets and smartphones, but still considering something.
6) Windows 10
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This is definitely the most common desktop operating system, so you have a large selection of hardware, in addition to third-party compatible third-party software. It was designed around a touchscreen interface, although it is still great with the classic mouse and keyboard, so if you do not purchase a touchscreen monitor, you have no problems.
The Sierra is only found on Mac computers, so you're limited in your hardware, but these are well-made computers that historically have less problems with viruses. A Mac also seamlessly connects with your other Apple devices and programs.
7) Chrome OS
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If you're just looking for simple, no frills, the Chrome operating system will be your ally. The operating system performs customized applications and cloud-based programs as opposed to other operating systems that run software. It is not suitable for demanding tasks like games, but is great for emails, sharing files and browsing. They should always be connected to the Internet, but it's usually not a problem with desktops.
8) Types of desktop computers
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Not everyone will use a desktop for the same reason and how you use it will affect the type of computer you are buying. After all, you do not need a complex, powerful machine to check your emails.
9) Business PCs
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These PCs are removed without sparkling machines that do not allow an advanced computer, but are easy to upgrade and update. They also provide additional security certification programs, software and hardware, software support, and some even have technical support on the site.
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These are specialized PCs with multi core processors and intensive graphics. They are ideal for scientific calculations, media acquisition and other high performance tasks that can not even be on a laptop.
11) PC gaming
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These are (as the name suggests) for games. They have specialized graphics cards, extremely fast multicore processors, and many have striking design elements, although they cost a lot more. This list of PCWorld goes for more details, but here's a short break of the terms you should understand and understand.
12) Processor (CPU)
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This is the brain of your computer. Processor speed is measured in gigahertz (GHz) and usually the higher the clock speed, the better the performance and the higher the price. The desktops have an Intel processor or an AMD processor.
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Random Access Memory (RAM) determines the quality of your computer in multitasking. The higher the RAM, the better, especially for high-power tasks like games. For simple tasks like email and internet browsing, 2GB is good, but for something more advanced than that, find a computer with 4GB or more.
14) Internal memory
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The amount of memory your desktop determines how much you can hold on your computer. Desktops almost always have more memory than laptops and for a fraction of the cost. It's also easy to upgrade your hard drive for more storage or upgrading to a hard disk drive.
While it may be tempting to buy the computer when you are ready, you may miss many or the latest technology. Buy regularly for a certain amount of time instead of watching a whole day. Also check the release dates for new models. If you have been waiting for the perfect deal or the latest model, you will never buy your desktop. So be patient and wait for the sale, but if you want to find the model in an acceptable price range then go and buy it.