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Knowledge is Power Buying a personal computer can be as difficult as buying a car No matter how much one investigates how many dealers a person visits and how much bargaining a person has done on the price he still may not be really certain that he has gotten a good deal There are good reasons for this uncertainty Computers change at much faster rate than any other kind of product A two-year-old car will always get a person where he wants to go but a two-year-old computer may be completely inadequate for his needs Also the average person is not technically savvy enough to make an informed decision on the best processor to buy the right size for a hard drive or how much memory he or she really needs Just because buying a computer can be confusing does not mean one should throw up his hands and put himself at the mercy of some salesman who may not know much more than he does If one would follow a few basic guidelines he could be assured of making a wise purchase decision A computer has only one purpose to run programs Some programs require more computing power than others In order to figure out how powerful a computer the consumer needs therefore a person must first determine which programs he wants to run For many buyers this creates a problem They cannot buy a computer until they know what they want to do with it but they cannot really know all of the uses there are for a computer until they own one This problem is not as tough as it seems however The consumer should go to his local computer store and look at the software thats available Most programs explain their minimum hardware requirements right on the box After looking at a few packages it should be pretty clear to the consumer that any mid-range system will run 99 of
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