Once you've determined the type of desktop system you want--a compact PC, a budget system, a mainstream all-purpose model, or a performance crackerjack--you need to know what components to look for. The processor and graphics chip you choose will determine many of your machine's capabilities, as will the system's memory and hard drive. Understanding those components will help you get the performance you need, without paying for things you don't. (Our buying guide includes further shopping tips for purchasing a desktop PC.)
You'll also want to consider details like the layout of the case, which can also make the difference between a pleasant workstation and a nightmare PC.
Windows Driver is not much of a problem for these new computers, they are well supported I presume.
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