Everyone is aware that the fast evolution of technology has led many people to simply buy computers at the cheapest possible price available today. There are some technically conscious people who are quite particular about the technical specifications of most parts of their personal computer such as the processor, video card and memory modules.
But realistically, at the rate that such parts are being introduced in the market and then seen to be obsolete after some days is driving most people crazy with regards to the proper computer to purchase.
Actually, some computers, like the Pentium IV series are still good to go to this day. There is no need to go for such high-end and expensive specifications such as the Pentium Dual Core series if they are not needed. For the people who would buy their own sets today, then it would be feasible, but for people who have barely had a year to fully use and depreciate their own computer sets, it would be best to settle down and consider upgrading only after some years.
At the height that people are becoming cost conscious, the rate at which technology is changing should not be a basis for hooking up with change as well, especially if it is not really needed.
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