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Question

Is this PC ok for programs such as FL studio?

Jun 28, 2015 7:21AM PDT

I want to buy a second hand computer and be able to install the programs such as music making ones and also intall Linux if I want to without it getting slow or anything.
Is this one ok?


Computador Intel Core 2 Duo
CPU Intel Core 2 Duo
Memória Ram: 4 GB
Graphics (dont know how you say placa grafica in eng.) good for gaming
Motherboard: Intel
Drives DVD-RW
HARD DRIVE IDE 500GB
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate
Microsoft Office 2010

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No this is another one
Jun 28, 2015 7:30AM PDT

The ones before I already decided are not good. So what do you think about this one is it better?

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What?
Jun 28, 2015 7:36AM PDT

Sorry but it's better in almost every aspect. I can't see why I would pick out every component to write more than "it's better."

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My english is not so good lol
Jun 28, 2015 7:40AM PDT

Sorry didnt get what you said... _This is the last pc Im checking, It sounds better than the others, I want you to confirm that. What did you say?

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I wrote your newer PC is better.
Jun 28, 2015 7:42AM PDT

Kees did too.

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No, that was another one...
Jun 28, 2015 7:46AM PDT

Wait Im confused. Kees said THIS ONE was better:
Pc dual core
Cpu E4300
Board Asrock 775i65g rev 2.0
Hdd 250 gb sata
Ram 2gb ddr400 Kingston
Cooler Artic freezer Lp7
Dvd-rw e dvd-rom Asus
original OS Windows Xp Sp2 com Cd
Placa grafica Asus Radeon 9250 128mb


THEN I FOUND THIS ONE I POSTED HERE. TWO DIFFERENT ones

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Idk but thank you anyway. Another question:
Jun 28, 2015 7:48AM PDT

About the creepware stuff, I was told Linux is more prone to protect me from that stuff, is that right? What do you recommend I do in my new PC to make sure I dont get spied on like I have been before? Thank you

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Most of the spyware if not all
Jun 28, 2015 8:00AM PDT

Was installed by the owner. Also, if you don't want to be spied on at all, you would never connect it to the internet.

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Re: Linux
Jun 28, 2015 8:20AM PDT

Since FL studio doesn't run in Linux, that question is out of the context of this thread.

Kees

PS. You latest PC has more RAM, a larger hard disk and a later OS. So it's better (and probably more expensive?) then your second one.

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Answer
This is a DUPLICATE POSTING. Closing.
Jun 28, 2015 8:01AM PDT

Please continue at your original post and for new questions such as security, spyware, start a new discussion about that.