Buying a Computer By: Cynthia Garcia Comm.165 MWF 11-11:50 Fall 2005 Some Considerations Evaluate: What will the computer be used for? Who will be using it? What is your budget? Shopping Around Student discounts (i.e. Dell and Mac) Compare Electronic stores
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Comm.165 MWF 11-11:50
6. Do keep at least 100 MBs of your C: drive free for Windows to use.
7. Do not let a lot of programs load up when you start your computer.
8. Do use a virus checker regularly
9. If you have a high speed Internet connection you need a firewall program. A firewall program keeps those who want to hijack your computer from gaining access to your system.
10. Keep track of the software disks you receive with your computer and new peripherals.