I had issues with Dells in the past and don't really rely much on it. Lenovo I'd go with
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 24/02/2020
Buy a HD bdocking station, hook to the computer, insert the old HD, and copy all of the files to it.
4 Answers · Computers & Internet · 21/11/2020
Not really. Especially since it wasn't particularly good to begin with. It supports a maximum of 4 GB of RAM, and shipped with 2 GB, so maxing that out wouldn't do much for any sort of video editing. You could replace the hard drive with an...
5 Answers · Computers & Internet · 12/07/2020
You most certainly could. I would caution you to make certain you would NOT be purchasing the 3GB model as this will not give any real overall performance boost. I would caution against buying the 1060 in general due to the more recent and reasonably good value 1660 which also comes...
3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 25/02/2020
When it comes to monitors, buy the most expensive you can afford. That will dictate the size and the features. Now if you're on a tight budget, there are secondhand shops that will sell a 24" for around $60. The cheaper they come, the much...
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 27/11/2020