Desktop

A desktop computer is a personal computer designed for regular use at a single location on or near a desk or table due to its size and power requirements. personal computer is consisting of a case (containing the motherboard and processor), a monitor, a keyboard and a mouse.

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A desktop computer is a personal computer designed for regular use at a single location on or near a desk or table due to its size and power requirements.

The most common configuration has a case that houses the power supply, motherboard (a printed circuit board with a microprocessor as the central processing unit, memory, bus, and other electronic component's), disk storage (usually one or more hard disk drives, optical disc drives, and in early models floppy disk drives); a keyboard and mouse for input; and computer monitor and printer for output.

Features:

 

Fast computer processor

Solid state hard drives

Blu-ray disc drive

Wi-Fi connectivity

Multiple graphics card capability

 

Processor

 

The CPU is one of your PC's most important components. The processor you choose is likely to have a major impact on your PC's shape and size, and it will definitely influence its price. Generally, the higher the CPU clock speed, the faster the performance you may see--and the higher the price. A 3.4GHz Core i7-2600 PC will trounce a 3.10 GHz Core i3-2100 system, but you'll pay nearly twice as much for the faster CPU. Another spec to watch is cache size: More is better, here: Core i3 parts have 4MB caches, Core i5 parts have 6MB caches, and performance-geared Core i7 chips have 8MB caches.

 

 

 

 

Graphics Cards

 

The GPU (graphics processing unit) is responsible for everything you see on your display, whether you play games, watch videos, or just stare at the Aero desktop baked into Windows 7.

 

Memory

 

If you use your computer for little more than light Web browsing and email, 2GB of RAM will suffice, whether the system has Windows XP or Windows 7. More RAM will allow you to run more programs simultaneously, and it will generally improve the speed and performance of your machine. Systems today typically come with at least 4GB of RAM, though some small PCs and budget systems may be limited to 2GB or 3GB.

 

Keyboard and Mouse

 

Your keyboard and mouse are crucial devices, so get a set that works for you. But if you're buying a PC online, don't pay the upgrade price that the vendor offers: You can usually find a better deal by shopping around. If you aren't sure what your keyboard or amouse options are, visit your local PC or electronics retailer and try out a few of the display models.

 

 

 


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