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Things to remember before purchasing a Computer

Updated on December 22, 2011

Now in every household we can find a computer. This means Computers are so common to us. When we think about purchasing a computer we will enquire in the market about the available models and rates and all. After comparing the and considering the market, finally decides to buy from a particular dealer or organization.

But have you ever try to learn about the fundamental parts of a computer? I think it is very Important Otherwise people can cheat us easily

  1. Processor
  2. Mother Board
  3. Random Access Memory (RAM)
  4. Hard Disk
  5. Monitor
  6. Keyboard
  7. Mouse
  8. Modem
  9. Cd /DVD - Drive/ Writer
  10. Floppy Drive
  11. Speakers
  12. UPS

Computers are available in Assembled and Branded Models. In Assembled PC customer have the choice to select their own configuration. According to our wish and needs we can select each and every part.

I am not telling that Branded systems are bad. But in this we have to buy the system with the configuration that is decided by the Branded Company. For example if you buy a Compaq PC, We can see the name Compaq in on the Machine. But the inner parts like processors, mother boards are not made by Compaq. So what they are doing they are assembling a computer using with products manufactured by other companies and on Putting their Brand name on the System.

Never consider price as the major thing with regard to buying a computer. Because varieties of products are available with different prices. Some time you can see huge difference in the same configuration. So obviously people will go for cheaper one. But never do that. You can find out the customer satisfied products and buy that one.

We have to think in a way that oriented towards future. So go for a good and trustable manufacturer. This is important for assembled as well as Branded computers

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      suso 

      7 years ago

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      satyendra 

      8 years ago

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      MOHAN 

      8 years ago

      NICE WORK KEEP IT UP

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      snarlmkiv 

      10 years ago

      very nice article. really helpful. tho if it were up to me, id assemble my own pc and just buy the parts separately. that way i can save up than buying a packaged deal. im currently saving up my money so i can buy this: http://www.siakoi.com/topic-specific/327.html

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 

      10 years ago from Tumkur

      You write on varieties of topics.That is an appreciable attitude.This is a simple but informative hub. continue.

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      Nicholas 

      11 years ago

      very good post.... miss sukrita

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      Nicholas 

      11 years ago

      very good post.... miss sukrita

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      ricky 

      11 years ago

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    • sukritha profile imageAUTHOR

      sukritha 

      11 years ago from Cochin

      Thanks Kenny

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 

      11 years ago from Chennai

      Useful hub for those new to comps, good job!

    • sukritha profile imageAUTHOR

      sukritha 

      11 years ago from Cochin

      Thanks Manohar for the comment

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      sukritha 

      11 years ago from Cochin

      Gokkaya I think So. Well thanks for the coment

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      Gokkaya 

      11 years ago from Home

      Hey guys I had a question i am new here. How can i make money i am 17 in December 7. Do i have to be 18 and how do i use adsense?

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      sukritha 

      11 years ago from Cochin

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      Sreethi 

      11 years ago from Mumbai

      hi anu i need a help from you will you pls tell me how you place photo sideways.and also tell me your gmail id .bye see you take care

    • sukritha profile imageAUTHOR

      sukritha 

      11 years ago from Cochin

      Ya RAM Speed is crucial for the performance. Thanks for the comment

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      munroenet 

      11 years ago

      This is why you need to look at the side of thwe box of the computer and see whats on it. Make sure you gewt a lot of RAM and a good processor. Then follow up with a good graphics card then a large HD. Don't forget colling for your PC. I suggest looking up the model that you are thinking about and see if you find any problems with it.

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      sukritha 

      11 years ago from Cochin

      HP is Good Market Value and i think its performance also good. But You have to review before upgrading or buying next time.

      Models are changing day by day So We also have to be updated.

      Thanks for the comment

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      cgull8m 

      11 years ago from North Carolina

      I just buy packaged computers, but they change so often, I don't pay much attention, maybe I should. So far I have bought HP, Sony computers, I use them two years on an average and upgrade them. Next time I will do more research like you said, which is better. Thanks.

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      sukritha 

      11 years ago from Cochin

      You are right Om. But i did't say that which one is good or which one is bad. These are fundamental things. Am i right?

      Well thanks for your coment

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      Om Prakash Singh 

      11 years ago from New Delhi

      Hi Anu,

      Nice writeup, but I want to clear one thing that branded computers are better than assembled as we also get licensed copy of OS with onsite warrantee of computer by the companies like HP.

    • sukritha profile imageAUTHOR

      sukritha 

      11 years ago from Cochin

      Well Mr. Marmalade as changes happening day by day we should also have to keep ourself updated.

      Thanks for the comment

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      rabasure 

      11 years ago

      useful information.Thank you

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      MrMarmalade 

      11 years ago from Sydney

      Sukritha, Great hub I am in the market after 6th December Will do some more study on your comments

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      sukritha 

      11 years ago from Cochin

      Thanks Dj and Abhinaya

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      dj 

      11 years ago

      THIS IS VERY INFORMATIVE FOR NEW GUYS WHO WANA RUSH TO A NEW PC GREAT WORK KEEP IT UP .. SUKHRITA

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      Abhinaya 

      11 years ago

      Very informative and useful write-up

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      sukritha 

      11 years ago from Cochin

      Thanks Ponnu. You are always welcome

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      Sreethi 

      11 years ago from Mumbai

      hai this types of hub are more informative good

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