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Why Should You Choose a Windows Desktop Computer?

Despite the popularity of laptop computers, there are still a number of reasons why you should consider a desktop or all-in-one computer. Not everyone needs to be a road warrior all the time.

How is a Desktop Different from an All-in-One?

All Windows desktop computers share features in common, but there are a few differences between the standard tower design and those models that fit everything behind the screen:

  • All-in-One: These computers use an Intel Core processor, hard drive, and other internal components mounted behind the screen. It gets everything out of the way and makes it that much easier to setup your computer because you have fewer peripherals to worry about.
  • Desktop Computer: Despite the name, most desktops dont sit on your desk, they are more likely to sit on the floor beside your desk. The big advantage here is size. You have room for the fastest Intel Core processors, the biggest graphics cards, and the fastest hard drive in your tower. You can also use Windows 10 on a bigger monitor because the computer is separate from the screen.

What Should You Look For in a Desktop?

Windows desktop computers offer a wide range of performance profiles for users with different needs. A student will be fine with the Intel HD graphics in a basic Dell, while a gaming desktop needs an AMD Radeon or Nvidia GeForce graphics card. Here are some features you should consider:

  • Operating System: Windows 10 from Microsoft is the most common consumer operating system. It works with the majority of programs and has top-notch gaming support.
  • Processor: Most systems use Intel processors. An Intel Core processor offers enough performance for gaming as well as multi-tasking for those who keep tons of browser tabs open at once. Quad-core processors give you a smoother experience, especially in conjunction with Intel hyper-threading which lets an Intel Core processor act as if it has twice as many cores as it actually does. 
  • RAM: Random Access Memory is what feeds the processor on your Windows machine; Windows 10 really benefits from at least 8GB RAM, and you want 16 GB for gaming performance.
  • Storage: A 500 GB hard drive offers a reasonable amount of storage but you get better performance with an SSD.