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When you go out and buy a computer you have to make choices to ensure your satisfaction with your final purchase There are magazines that compare brands different computers operating systems but it seems there is one thing they overlook which is better a notebook or a desktop computer Well in order to answer this question you need to consider some aspects that will ultimately drive you to the purchase of your new computer You have to consider the main use of the computer price and the upgrade ability To figure out which computer would best suit you you must first establish the fundamental reason for buying this computer and its main function as an accessory to you Are you going to use this computer in school for work or for a gaming platform The main use of the computer will often times be one of the major factors in determining if you will want to buy a notebook or a desktop Notebooks are a better choice for students and for people in the workforce because it allows them to easily carry their files with them and access them almost anywhere they can use their notebook Students will find that typing their notes is an easier way of organization it is harder to accidentally delete a file than it is to lose a piece of paper in the busy hallways of a school Also depending on the school that students go to there is a possibility that they may also be able to access the schools computer network and gain access to the net through it all providing they have a network card handy on their notebook For the price of a cellular modem 200 and a flat rate cellular service 69 a month for 75 hours a student could also have instant access to the net anywhere he takes his computer Some people spend more time in hotel rooms than they do in their
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