spiderweb wrote:iMac is the way to go. All the flexibility running Mac (and Win applications if needed).
nzmatto wrote:... I would say look for one of the major brands. They just seem to have the best service. ... They all seem to be pretty good at doing what they need. ... you really need to consider is what you want to do with it. If you're just looking at web surfing, email, banking, etc then you don't need to waste money on something with grunty graphics, or excessive disk space... If you're wanting something to chuck on your back whilst touring around the country then look for small and light with awesome battery life. ... here is lots of options, and any reasonable store will be able to advise the best one (the one they want to sell you that is) for your needs. This will undoubtedly be the one that the sales person makes the best commission on though. (yup I've sold many for this reason). Hope this helps.
thelivo wrote:Get rid of the norton/mcaffee antivirus ;
Get rid of IE and install firefox/ chrome.
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