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This web page is last updated at 2019-9-13 around 00:10 by Priscilla Felicia Harmanus, 1993 from the Netherlands 
See also: The History of Operating Systems & The Free Software Movement
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Due to security concerns, the person's name will be referred to as Bob in this report of investigation. Bob is a person with high-technical skills. Read more about Bob

Building a PC

Back in the days of dialup internet, it was commonplace to build your own computer¹. Instead of walking into a Best Buy or logging onto Dell's website to shop for a complete unit, you'd assemble a desktop PC yourself using standardized, commodity parts purchased either online or at a store specializing in computer components.

Let's face it, no one really builds their own desktop PC anymore, right?

Wrong, actually. DIY may not be all it used to be, but it's still a thriving sector of the PC industry, and one that any serious computer user—we mean the type of person who cares more about what a computer can do than how small an envelope it can slide into—should be aware of. Because, if you want the strongest, most adaptable, most upgradeable, and most personal computer you can possibly get, there's no way around it: You need to build it yourself.

Shopping for Parts
The most difficult and time-consuming part of the PC-building process happens long before you start looking for the screwdriver. You can't even start thinking about assembling the individual components until you buy them—and that means doing a lot of investigating into the options (of which there are thousands) and, believe it or not, some serious soul-searching.

The first, and most important, thing to consider is: What do you want your PC to do? Are you looking for a really inexpensive system to put in the kids' room? Do you want a squat, console-like desktop that will fit right next to the TV that you can use for streaming media, or maybe as a Steam Machine? Is a dedicated work PC for your home office the goal? Or do you want the biggest, baddest build that can play the hottest new games without breaking a sweat?

We can't answer this question for you.  But once you've reached a decision, you'll have a better idea of what you need to buy and how much money you'll have to spend. And then you can get on to the actual shopping.

This story will be updated

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This web page is last updated at 2019-9-13 around 00:10 by Priscilla Felicia Harmanus, 1993 from the Netherlands 
See also: The History of Operating Systems & The Free Software Movement

Due to security concerns, the person's name will be referred to as Bob in this report of investigation. Bob is a person with high-technical skills. Read more about Bob

Freespeech » Monitoring Bob's Autistic Hobby

 

This speech is about the process towards freedom & how I do my computing(1993)¹, the
🎥Free Software movement² and Monitoring Bob's(1970) Autistic hobby³.

 

 

Bob(1970) is switching between multiple operating systems

 




https://web.archive.org/web/20170412223010/http://watchdog.ohio.gov/Portals/0/pdf/investigations/2015-CA00043.pdf#

https://web.archive.org/web/20080222033252/http://www.fiestacomputers.nl:80/

https://fsfe.org/campaigns/pdfreaders/pdfreaders.html#translations

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/439wbw/patching-is-failing-as-a-security-paradigm

One inmate, Adam Johnston, reportedly admitted to applying for the credit cards, saying he just looked through the ODRC system for a young inmate with a long sentence, then used his information to get the cards.

https://web.archive.org/web/20170412223010/http://watchdog.ohio.gov/Portals/0/pdf/investigations/2015-CA00043.pdf#

https://www.wired.com/story/how-to-build-a-pc/



 
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