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Notebook Computer Guide*
*Become An Educated Buyer & Save
Computer technology is changing so fast it is sometimes very hard
for the average consumer to keep up. New products and systems
are coming on stream at such a blistering pace even some die-hard
techies are probably falling behind...
With this thought in mind, here's a whole checklist of quick, fast
facts you might want to consider before you buy your next
computer. Some are very common basic computer facts you
probably already know; while others deal with more recent
technologies and products that you should check or be aware of
when buying your new computer.
Remember, an educated buyer will always get the best deal by
knowing exactly what you want in your computer and discarding the
things you don't need or will never use. Prepare yourself before
you enter that computer store or shop online for your next laptop/
PC and save yourself some money.
Use This Fast Checklist Before Buying A New Computer or
What Type of Processor? - This is the brand and type of
processor included in your system, such as Intel Core 2, AMD
Phenom... this is the heart of your computer; also called the CPU
(Central Processing Unit) and it runs your computer, performing
tasks and running calculations. You must also check your processor
speed - which is measured in Megahertz (MHz) or Gigahertz (GHZ)
and determines how fast your computer can perform tasks. Usually,
Handy Checklist For Buying A New Computer or Laptop
(Don't Enter That Computer Store Without It!)
the higher the processor speed, the faster your CPU will perform.
Remember, one GHz is equal to 1000 MHz. Many machines now
have Duo or even Quad processors to achieve maximum
performance. You should also check your Processor's Cache - this is
the amount of memory you have in your computer for short term
storage during processing. A lot of cache will allow you to work and
process bigger and more complex files without crashing your system.
How Much RAM