If you are reading this, you probably have a computer. If I’m right and you do, then there’s a very good chance that it’s important to you, either personally or professionally, or both. Another thing I can safely assume is that you probably know what it feels like when your computer goes wrong.
Computers are all around us today, and they’ve become an almost essential tool of everyday life (in offices, homes, schools, businesses, and even carried with us when we are on the move). Yet frequently when they let us down, it is just at the time when we need them most, and this can be frustrating for people who don’t know what is wrong or how to fix it. Wouldn’t it be great to be able to do just that? And wouldn’t it be really great to be able to upgrade your PC without shelling out a lot of money for somebody to do it for you? Or would you like to be able to set up your computer so that it’s just the way you want it, as well as being safe and secure for you and your family?
In choosing a PC, we have a great deal of choice when it comes to what kind we want (desktop, laptop, tablet, handheld). We are also faced with a staggering array of hardware that can be connected to our PCs, such as a mouse, keyboard, speakers, microphone, and printer. You may additionally have already connected (or would like to connect) a digital camera, scanner, video recorder, cell phone, portable music player, GPS receiver, as well as a whole host of wireless peripherals (enabling you to interface and interact with other devices by using radio signals).
There is also an important choice to be made when it comes to what operating system (OS) you have loaded onto your PC. This can be mind-bogglingly conhising and scary for both the beginner and the experienced owner alike, and just about everyone around has an opinion to offer on which OS is best! But only you can appreciate your own needs, and it’s important to make an informed choice.