While the combined sales of laptops and other types of mobile computers now surpass those of desktop models, the exciting features (and not to mention the much improved computing experience) of Microsoft’s latest operating system opens new horizons for Windows 7 desktop computers. Desktop computers, compared to mobile devices, have always been more diverse in terms of looks, functionality, and performance. The world’s largest maker of CPUS, Intel is marketing a new range of powerful multiple core processors that take advantage of the latest hardware designs. AMD, Intel’s main rival, also have a new line of multiple-core 64 bit microprocessors. When these chips are married to Windows 7, everyone can see why the upgrade path from Windows XP to Windows 7 has been well worth the wait.
In this article, we will discuss what differentiates one type of desktop computer from the other, the advantages as well as the shortcomings of each design. We will also talk about the computer brands that best exemplify the category.» Read more