Many people buy a home computer to do some writing, e-mailing and to browse the Internet. However, you will soon discover a whole world of games to play, either online, to download or in stores. The type of game you want to play will influence what sort of home computer system you need, or you may be able to upgrade your existing model.
As with any technology product, computers are shrouded in a lot of mystery, especially when it comes to repairs. So, to help all you computer users out there, here are three more myths about computer repairs debunked!
When it comes to buying a computer these days, most models on the shelves are stylish and slim laptops. But if you want to do certain kinds of work, such as rendering, video editing, playing games or running a server, then a desktop PC remains preferable. The large power supply of a desktop PC means it can run many more peripherals than a laptop, and the availability of impressive cooling options lets you run far more powerful processors and graphics cards, for incredible performance.
The tabloids have had a field day recently, with stories of Microsoft’s new operating system ‘spying’ on its users, recording every keystroke they make. That has naturally led to a great deal of worry among home computing users, but there is a lot more to the story than the newspapers claim.
Windows 10 has been greeted by an overwhelmingly positive response, which isn’t that great a surprise after the disaster that was Windows 8. Almost everybody is pleased to see the back of the Start screen and the return of the Start menu for one thing and Windows 10 has to be a big leap forward for home computing.