Now, there are some things that simply come naturally to moms and dads, but not everything. There are some things that are just plain instinctive, and then there are some things that you have to learn along the way.
But what’s the problem? Well, it is quite simple. In order to support games for ultra high graphics and ultra smooth gameplay, you need to build a good gaming computer and for that you need to have some cash on you. How much exactly? Well it’s definitely not 00, not even 00. I found a way to build my gaming computer for less than 00.
Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30 GHz Motherboard: Gigabyte P67A-UD3 Graphics: Galaxy NVIDIA GeForce GTX 465 1GB RAM RAM: 2x2GB Kingston Hyper X DDR 3 Power Supply: Gigabyte Plus 500 Watts Case: Don’t waste your money on tower cases. Any well ventilated case would do.
Second, you can brainstorm other topics that your child would like to learn. Perhaps they want to learn a programming language, or learn about computer hardware or photo editing. Then you can locate a tutorial for just that particular skill. You can often find tutorials free on the internet, or at the library. If they do not know what they want to study, I often suggest getting a tutorial from the library on how to use Microsoft office. That includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and. the other one that i can never remember:-) Anyway, simply taking those tutorials and using those programs on their regular schoolwork, will enable them to become computer savvy and even use those skills in the workplace.
Insider Tip: Often the speed difference between a 2.2 Ghz and a 2.4Ghz chip are not even noticeable! Yet you may pay a hundred or more dollars for what is called a “faster” chip. Be wary of tiny jumps in speed and huge jumps in price.
Run a complete system Virus Scan, Spyware Scan, and Registry Cleanup. Old infected files can really harm your pc and make it seem like it is no more than a doorstop, when in reality, a quick hour of scans with the right software can have your PC running just like new.
There are a lot of hardware components that run together to make your PC work. Over time, these components can age and begin to work improperly. Unfortunately, these problems are hard to fix because they aren’t always consistent. Moreover, the components inside that tower can overheat and begin to fail. If your RAM (random access memory) or Central Processing unit (CPU) gets too hot, they will fail and your computer will crash.
Hardware problems are often more complicated. But it’s always worth taking a moment to open up your computer and use a brush or vacuum cleaner to carefully clean out all the dust that’s built up in side.