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  • 1. Microsoft_Web_Design_Tool : Part IChoosing The Right Notebook - A Buyers GuideNotebooks Finding the Right System to Meet Your NeedsA computer is a major purchase and should not be taken lightly, especially if you arepurchasing a notebook computer. There are a number of factors that need to be consideredbefore you even get to the store to take a look at what is available.The most important thing is to decide what are the tasks you would like to be able to do withyour notebook, is it going to be just for work, or home use. Are you going to need it to beable to play memory intensive games? Once you have decided all these things and youhave internet access take a look at some of the various types of notebooks available.Review sites are some of the best places to check out what notebooks are good for what.Some of the things you do need to consider are the monitor size, memory, processor,graphics, drives, hard drive, and software.Larger monitor size are excellent for people who need to have a lot of different windowsopen at the same time or who like to have their fonts and icons on the larger size. Memory,this refers to computers Ram. Depending on the types of programs you are planning onrunning this will be an important consideration. More Ram means the more programs canbe open at the same time. If you are just going to search the web, you will not need asmuch Ram as someone who is planning on doing graphic design with their notebook. Theprocessor is another consideration. Just like with Ram, the more you plan to do, the largerthis needs to be.If you are plan on gaming with your Notebook, you will definitely want to pay attention to thegraphics card. This determines just how well things are rendered on your monitor. Thebetter the graphics card, the better the rendering. There are many games that will tell youthe type and size of card necessary for play check out the requirements before purchasingyour notebook. Notebooks come with a wide variety of drive options if you just want to dothings like watch movies or run CDs than a CD/DVD rom is probably enough. If you wouldlike to burn data then a CDRW might be what your looking for and if you need to burn a lotof data or would like to burn movies, then a DVD burner is something you should look intoadding to your Notebook. Hard drives are based also on need. If you are planning onhanding a lot of data, get a larger capacity hard drive on the other hand if you are onlyplanning on saving things like word files, a higher capacity hard drive may not be necessary.When it comes to software, there are a wide variety of different packages available.Consider your needs and look at getting the notebook that has the majority if not all of thesoftware you will need.Now that you have the basics on choosing your next or first notebook, you might want tocheck out some of these top manufacturers MSI, ACER, IBM, HP, or FUJITSU.
  • 2. Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!MICROSOFT_WEB_DESIGN_TOOL : End of Part IMicrosoft_Web_Design_Tool : Part IIChoosing The Right Processor - A Buyers GuideProcessors The core of your system how to choose the one thats best for youThere are a few things that you need to consider when looking at processors and whenthinking about what processor would be best for your system. The things you need to lookat are socket type. If you dont know what socket types are, they are the pins located on thebottom of the processor, the number and pattern are what determines the type. Bus speed,or front side bus, this is the rate at which information moves from the processor to themotherboard, this will affect the overall speed of your computer. Other things to beconsidered are how to purchase your processor and if its compatible with your motherboardor the motherboard you are looking at purchasing.Socket types and motherboards go hand in hand. The socket type has a hand indetermining the motherboard and what socket types a motherboard can accept obviouslyhas a say in what type of processor you can look at. Each processor you look at is going totell you the speeds at which it can process data this is the bus speed. This is an importantfactor when choosing your processor. The faster the speed the more you can do with theprocessor because the more the processor can handle. Something that also needs to beconsidered the faster the processor the hotter it will get. Some of the higher end processorscome with their own fans and are a good investment if you plan on using your computerheavily. Once youve determined the bus speed, the socket type, and if the processor yourelooking at is compatible with your computer its time to check out where to buy it. There areseveral options you can purchase it OEM or retail. Heres a run down of the difference,OEM this is usually what happens when you purchase it without a box and no heatsink andfan. Retail is you simply purchase just the processor itself in a retail box with themanufacturers heatsink and fan. There can be some real savings either way depending onwhat you need and what youre looking for. Another word on motherboard compatibility,older motherboards may not be able to handle the latest processor technology and visaversa making sure your processor is one that is going to work well with your motherboard isone of the most important factors that need to be addressed while deciding on yourprocessor.
  • 3. There are two main producers AMD and Intel each have their good points. Most people willhave heard more of Intel, or have heard of the Pentium. AMD came into the market late butrivals Intel in quality for value. Intel does still have some edge as they produce the chipsets,which allows them to adapt faster to new technologies. However the AMD 64 and PentiumD are about equal so the choice of who to go with is up to you and your personalpreferences and needs.Now that you have the basics on choosing your next or first motherboard, you might want tocheck out some of these top manufacturers AMD or INTEL.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!MICROSOFT_WEB_DESIGN_TOOL : End of Part IIMicrosoft_Web_Design_Tool : Part IIIChoosing The Right Processor - A Buyers GuideProcessors The core of your system how to choose the one thats best for youThere are a few things that you need to consider when looking at processors and whenthinking about what processor would be best for your system. The things you need to lookat are socket type. If you dont know what socket types are, they are the pins located on thebottom of the processor, the number and pattern are what determines the type. Bus speed,or front side bus, this is the rate at which information moves from the processor to themotherboard, this will affect the overall speed of your computer. Other things to beconsidered are how to purchase your processor and if its compatible with your motherboardor the motherboard you are looking at purchasing.Socket types and motherboards go hand in hand. The socket type has a hand indetermining the motherboard and what socket types a motherboard can accept obviouslyhas a say in what type of processor you can look at. Each processor you look at is going totell you the speeds at which it can process data this is the bus speed. This is an importantfactor when choosing your processor. The faster the speed the more you can do with theprocessor because the more the processor can handle. Something that also needs to beconsidered the faster the processor the hotter it will get. Some of the higher end processorscome with their own fans and are a good investment if you plan on using your computerheavily. Once youve determined the bus speed, the socket type, and if the processor yourelooking at is compatible with your computer its time to check out where to buy it. There are
  • 4. several options you can purchase it OEM or retail. Heres a run down of the difference,OEM this is usually what happens when you purchase it without a box and no heatsink andfan. Retail is you simply purchase just the processor itself in a retail box with themanufacturers heatsink and fan. There can be some real savings either way depending onwhat you need and what youre looking for. Another word on motherboard compatibility,older motherboards may not be able to handle the latest processor technology and visaversa making sure your processor is one that is going to work well with your motherboard isone of the most important factors that need to be addressed while deciding on yourprocessor.There are two main producers AMD and Intel each have their good points. Most people willhave heard more of Intel, or have heard of the Pentium. AMD came into the market late butrivals Intel in quality for value. Intel does still have some edge as they produce the chipsets,which allows them to adapt faster to new technologies. However the AMD 64 and PentiumD are about equal so the choice of who to go with is up to you and your personalpreferences and needs.Now that you have the basics on choosing your next or first motherboard, you might want tocheck out some of these top manufacturers AMD or INTEL.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!MICROSOFT_WEB_DESIGN_TOOL : End of Part III

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