JOHANA OCAMPO ANA MARIA CARDONA JULIAN HORMILLA MANNY RAMIREZ MGS 3040. What is the difference in processor capability for the four computers?. $989 offers a slightly slower processor (virtually unnoticeable), but comes with the most cache MHz (1066).
JOHANA OCAMPOANA MARIA CARDONAJULIAN HORMILLAMANNY RAMIREZMGS 3040
$729 has half the memory with 512 MB SDRAM.
Comment on the operating system that is loaded on these computers.
All four computers come with a business version of Windows. It offers more than the home basic and home premium versions, but falls short of the ultimate edition. This edition is geared for the entrepreneur who needs organization at their finger tips. This would go well for small businesses.
Q2.Politcal Science Major needs help on buying a computer. She wants to use the computer for email, internet access, and for note taking in class and she also wants to spend less than $1000.
Suppose that your father asks you to help him purchase a new computer. He wants to use his computer for email, internet access, downloading pictures from his digital camera, uploading those pictures to a shared photo service, and writing documents to members of his antique auto club.
For Internet Access:
For the Digital Camara:
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