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The big boys in the computer industry want you to continue thinking the way you are. The major desktop computer manufacturers thrive on consumers lack of knowledge and old ideas about desktop computers and computer hardware to drive sales of new desktop computers.


It works in their favor to keep these myths alive, because their business depends on it. So what are they?


Myth 1: You need top of the line computer hardware


Maybe some years ago this might have been true with older computer hardware, but times have changed. When computers were much slower than they are now, the latest version of any computer hardware increased speeds noticeably and allowed new possibilities from your desktop computer.


Those increases from computer hardware no longer yield such a huge increase in performance. With the basic uses of the desktop computer set and been in place for a while now Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping , speed increases no longer result in real world benefits for most desktop computer users.


What was great computer hardware last year is still good enough now.


Myth 2: Computer hardware is the domain of Geeks


When personal computing was coming into its own, you really did need to be a Geek to know what was happening. For those old enough to remember, imagine life without Windows and hacking away at the command line, as used to be the case. Some still do Wholesale Jerseys From China , but I wouldn't want to do that again.


Desktop computers are such commonplace that the basics of computer hardware can be understood and researched with the minimum of hassle. The ball is on the consumers side of the court. You no longer need to be a geek, just a little knowledge that is now readily available.

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