An Executive’s Guide to Choosing a Computer

Today, there are different models and styles of computers on the market. Therefore, it may be very difficult to know which one is the best. Some computers such as laptops are small and easy to carry while others are huge and not portable like a desktop. Besides, different computers use a different operating system, for instance, some use Windows while others use Macintosh. Here is an executive guide to choosing a computer

First step

The first thing is to know whether you want a laptop or a desktop. If you will be using the computer at a fixed point, a desktop is good for you. However, a laptop has mobility benefits due to its small size.

Second step

The other thing is to know whether you want a PC or a Mac. The two has differences. However, the PCs are cheap and have more soft wares while macs are easy to operate, hard to operate and as well has less software’s.

Third step

This is the most critical step; how much are you willing to spend. Different computers have costs differently. The more you are willing to spend, the more powerful machine you are likely to get. In most cases, Pcs do not cost low than below £200 while PCs range between £200 and £500.

Fourth step

Ask yourself whether you need a screen or a monitor. A monitor is way expensive than a PC. Therefore, the best thing is to get your most preferred and stick to it. You also need to know that the old monitors may not lack the latest connectors in the new computers.

Fifth step

Ask yourself the power of the machine you want. If your task involves word and browsing, you can get a moderately less powerful machine. If you are doing video manipulation, playing video games or dealing with images, you will need a more powerful machine. Also, you need to know that a more powerful machine is likely to last longer than a less powerful one.

Sixth step

Finally, consider the amount of space you need. What is the size of the hard drive do you want? If you do not deal with much data, you can get a moderate hard drive while if you deal with large data, you need to get a bigger hard drive.

At this point, you are sure of the machine you want. Go ahead and buy.

1 thought on “An Executive’s Guide to Choosing a Computer”

  1. AZ Black says:

    Mac is all the way the most favorable of them all, in terms of security reliability and the quality of its components. Choosing it is an investment not a waste…thumbs up to it.

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