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Is this PC ok for programs such as FL studio?

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

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?

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

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.

Kees did too.

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No, that was another one...

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:

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

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

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

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