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Gaming Desktop Computer UNDER $700.00?

If I was you I would try and stay away from the graphics chips that are built on the motherboard. I checked the bestbuy website and found this: Lenovo - IdeaCentre Desktop - 8GB Memory - 1TB Hard Drive Model: K330-77472LU and I would couple it with: Radeon HD 7770 which you should be able to find for around $125.00 btw I use to be a HUGE AMD fan, but the Core I3 and up Intel chips just destroy the AMD chips right now. which with tax and all would take you close to $700 (I chose that graphics card because it should have no issue with sims 3, plus it should be able to run off the power supply in the lenovo computer.

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1. Virtual Desktop on WIndows 10

I would recomment VirtuaWin for this, which I am using myself for years whenever I am forced to work on a Windows machine (grin).

2. Is this desktop PC a good one?

Dude if I were you I would by the parts one by one instead of a package. Just a suggestion. And of course it depends on the pricing. I can see 4 of the not so good parts in your machine. 1.) Motherboard 2.) Video card 3.) Power Supply 4.) Memory The processor is good, I have a quad core too and it's blazing.

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3. what is your desktop background?

It's wallpaper -- literally -- a pic of wallpaper. A simple, repetitive pattern in muted colors that does not distract from all my desktop icons. That's what I prefer.

4. And which desktop pc of them ?

Computer 2 It's the perfect thing in every way! High Graphics High Memory Awesome Processor Awesome Price

5. How to enable desktop background options

Go to Start - Run and start "gpedit.msc" (the Global Policy Editor).Go to User Configuration - Administrative Templates - Control Panel - Display. Check the configuration of the items "Prevent changing wallpaper" and the 4 "Hide..." ones.They should be set to "Not configured" or "Disabled".

6. What is this icon on my desktop?

Yeah, it looks like some kind of shopping cart/savings spyware/adware stuff. Try running Microsoft Anti-Spyware or something like that. Also, check your Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel and see if you can remove it that way.

7. Averaging rasters in ArcGIS Desktop?

Ah! It turns out that if you have all your raster layers with the same name (month) but in separate folders (year) it just uses the last one in the series. You have to rename all the rasters you wish to average so they have individual names

8. Should I buy laptop or desktop?

Do you prefer home phone or a tiny mobile phone?

9. Veiwing PSD files on your desktop?

PSD is a file format created by Adobe and the answer is no you can not

10. Help with video card for desktop?

Well if your computer is running a ATI 9200, that means that it is an AGP slot motherboard... Truthfully I would not waste my money on a AGP card... The best you can get though, is a 4670 HIS card... Your whole computer is going to be the problem as your graphics along with old CPU and ram are just going to be overwhelmed by any new games you throw at them... A good cheap upgrade would be a i3 2120, a z68 motherboard, along with a 4Gb kit of DDR3 1600, then get something like a 6770 with a 500Watt PSU...

11. Taskbar and desktop wont show???

Try creating a new user and logging in as that user. Does the problem happen for that user also?

12. computer help!! laptop to desktop? ?

Try using the Windows installation disk to repair Windows but even the Toshiba System Recovery disk has an option to save files and folders

13. Desktop will still not power on.?

new power supply or your mother board is gone... but trye power supply first

14. Best config for Home Desktop!!!!!!?

It will always be cheaper to build to suit your needs rather than buying something to appease the general populace.

15. Bare-metal virtualisation for the desktop

There appears to be a free, open-source Mac OS X compatible hypervisor available called VirtualBox. This, however, is not "bare metal".Bare metal would be the VMWare ESXi, a free hypervisor.But most bare metal products are aimed at the server market, as you rightly guess, and do not expose resources that might be useful on the desktop. You will have to do some research to see what is available, and how it's partitioned (video, CD/DVD, USB, etc.). But you are asking a conflicting question. You want a bare metal hypervisor, but you also want it to be feature rich. Your best bet might be to load a minimal Linux OS with VirtualBox and use that complete system as your hypervisor, running the real OS's on top of that

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