You need to figure out what the customer is going to use the computer for. That will determine everything: does the user need a good graphics card for gaming or is more memory required for 3D and video editing? You should ask those kind of questions.
Ask them is this for personal or business or both. Ask them what they know so far from there own research about PC's, so in that way you don't waste time going from A to Z. Just start at the point that they know and work it from there.
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Is it better to buy a laptop or PC?
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