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Buyers Guide

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Windowsreinstall.com Launches Shop
[Dec. 7, 2005] Ten Thousand plus products now available in Windowsreinstall.com's shop
 
Saitek Announces Development Collaboration With AMD
[Mar. 15, 2005] Saitek has created new compatible drivers for its 2005 PC Games Controller range to support this exciting new AMD64 technology.
 
Backup Made Easy: by Kevin J. Vella from UniblueBackup Made Easy: by Kevin J. Vella from Uniblue
[Feb. 26, 2005] A Six Point Guide to Buying Backup Software, PART 1
 
The Need for Backup Part 2 By Kevin J. VellaThe Need for Backup Part 2 By Kevin J. Vella
[Feb. 23, 2005] So you’ve decided to backup your data but what is the next step? You must have a backup strategy irrespective of whether you are a home user or a business user......
 
The Need for Backup Part 1 By Kevin J. VellaThe Need for Backup Part 1 By Kevin J. Vella
[Feb. 23, 2005] I lost 2.5 Gigabytes – two years worth of assignments, documents, lecture notes and articles.......
 
Buyers Guide Part 11 – Internet connections Part 2Buyers Guide Part 11 – Internet connections Part 2
[Jun. 1, 2004] Wireless broadband is actually quite an affordable option. Prices start at £1 per day, plus an installation charge of £99.
 
Buyers Guide Part 10 – Internet connections Part 1Buyers Guide Part 10 – Internet connections Part 1
[May 23, 2004] So the question is what do you buy? Well the good news, is that most, if not all computers are sold with modems, and almost all companies provide ISDN/cable/ADSL modems when you signup.
 
Buyers Guide Part 9 – Sound Cards and SpeakersBuyers Guide Part 9 – Sound Cards and Speakers
[May 17, 2004] So what do you look for? Well its quite simple, soundcards and speakers, come in several formats, all of which will be written on the box.
 
Buyers Guide Part 8 - Graphics CardsBuyers Guide Part 8 - Graphics Cards
[May 7, 2004] So when buying what do you look for? If the budget is tight and you are buying a computer, you will find the cheaper range will have onboard video.
 
Buyers Guide Part 7 - The CD-writers, DVD & CD-Rom drivesBuyers Guide Part 7 - The CD-writers, DVD & CD-Rom drives
[Apr. 29, 2004] So now that you have a fair idea of what’s available, it is time to decide what to buy for your computer.
 
Buyers Guide Part 6 - The DVD-WritersBuyers Guide Part 6 - The DVD-Writers
[Apr. 29, 2004] So what do you buy, well luckily enough in today's market you can remove the decision making and just buy a drive that support DVD+R/RW and DVD-R/RW.
 
Inside Your Computer Part 5 – The Hard Disk DriveInside Your Computer Part 5 – The Hard Disk Drive
[Apr. 29, 2004] Remember Hard Drive prices are not consistent, the difference between a 20GB drive and a 80GB drive is very low.
 
Buyers Guide Part 4 - The MemoryBuyers Guide Part 4 - The Memory
[Apr. 29, 2004] So how much memory can you install? Well unfortunately this is down to the motherboard installed in your computer.
 
Buyers Guide Part 3 - The ProcessorBuyers Guide Part 3 - The Processor
[Apr. 29, 2004] The fastest on the market at the time of writing this article is 3.4 GHz (3400 MHz). Remember though that it is not necessary to purchase such a fast processor, balance your needs, do you really need top of the range?
 
Buyers Guide: Part 2 – The MotherboardBuyers Guide: Part 2 – The Motherboard
[Apr. 25, 2004] So if buying a computer or changing your motherboard then you will need to determine your needs.

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