Choosing a... PC system

January 2017
Computer Shopper;Jan2017, Issue 347, p56
The article offers tips for choosing a personal computer (PC). It discusses factors to consider before buying a PC that include its cost, provision for upgrading graphics cards, memory or hard disk, dual-core processor, number of universal serial bus (USB) ports, pre-installed Windows 10 operating system (OS), and compact mini tower or mini PC cases.


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