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Finding the right desktop computer for you can sometimes be tricky. You need to take into consideration the likes of is the desktop computer for home, an office, for business or for gaming purposes. Other things you need to generally know is the RAM size, Hard Drive (HD) size, does it have an operating system etc. Looking for a desktop computer at a reasonable price can also be a bit tricky for most of us. The price you will pay depends on the system specifications. The higher the spec, the higher the cost is generally the theory but if you are looking for a cheap desktop computer that will brighten up your room and make general day to day tasks easier, then a cheap desktop computer ranging from £200 - £300 would be ideally suited to you.

With a cheap desktop computer you have the ability to execute tasks that offices and business use, such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases which can be especially useful if you have organization within your life. Cheap desktop computers are definitely not recommended for office or business use, however, due to the fact that the processing abilities with a cheap desktop computer are much lower than of that required. Cheap desktop computers are also great for those who like to surf the web so for families, couples and even individuals a cheap desktop computer would be ideal.

Cheap desktop computers are not portable, where they can be carried around freely like a laptop or netbook, however, for home use only cheap desktop computers are perfect. Cheap desktop computers can even make a room look much better!

When buying a cheap desktop computer, some of the manufacturers that you may see include HP and Dell. These two particular cheap desktop computer manufacturers are trusted and definitely recommended if you are looking for a fast and reliable cheap desktop computer. Most cheap desktop computers will come fully equipped with a motherboard, WIFI card, LAN card, optical drive, hard drive, RAM and an operating system (normally Windows XP for cheap desktop computers), so really, it’s just a case of plug and play with most cheap desktop computers.

You can buy a cheap desktop computer from PC repair stores, large computer stores and online through marketplaces such as eBay and Amazon. Remember to always check the system spec of cheap desktop computers before purchasing, as what seemed like a good deal may in fact not be.