If your in the market for a new PC there are a few things you should ask yourself before making a purchase.
1. What are you intending to use your new PC for? You see you need a completely different hardware configuration for a PC that's meant for more office oriented tasks such as word processing, email and internet browsing. Then you would for playing video games or working with graphic or processor intense applications such as CAD or drafting software.
2. How important is this PC going to be in your daily life? If your going to use this PC for operating a small business then I'm sure that it's going to be extremely important that it is maintained and that being able to get this PC worked on quickly is a high priority. Where as if this PC is going to be used for daily personal email checking and quick banking it's probably not as dire.
This is more of a personal decision that you should consider as your choosing a PC to determine who you should purchase it from based on the support they are able to offer. If this PC is important to you and something you would like to be able to contact someone immediately about when it is not functioning then choosing a local PC company with 24/7 support is going to be your best bet. Because when your PC is down so are you and who want's to spend four hours on the phone with someone from India when your unable to understand them half the time.
Now that you've had time to consider the first two questions everyone in the market for a PC should ask them selves. We are on the final and most important question of them all.
3. What's your budget? For some people this question will always over rule the last two no matter what there answers were to them. We have all been told by our parents and grandparents to make sure your buying products not just solely on there cost but based on there value and that's what we will provide you with at Trust In Me Computers.
These three straight forward questions can help us provide you with the PC you need with the services you should expect. (Cont..)