Do I really need a desktop replacement? The big question, Mac or PC?
mudbirdy 2 years ago
I need to replace my "antique" desktop with a computer that can do photos, cards, brochures and some home movie clips. I also need to keep a customer data base for mailing and a couple of small data base type programs (not MS) I am a small craftsman, single owner. I also do my own taxes, rather basic. Any suggestions on what computer? What about external storage for photos?
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