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What is difference between people who are computer savvy and people who are not computer savvy when they buy computers?


The way to buy a computer without being scammed is to be a computer savvy person. If others think that you are computer savvy, they will not dare to deceive you. I have come across many cases here already, so what is difference between people who are computer savvy and people who are not computer savvy buy computers? The following is a summary of other people on Internet. Generally speaking, this is relatively reliable. Let everyone learn and be a person who understands computers.

1. Attitude when buying a computer

When computer savvy people buy computers, they mostly consider budget, performance, usage, and cost effectiveness. People who are not computer savvy think price most. Some people chase scores and blindly chase high compliance. And some people are blindly chasing low prices without regard to performance and stability.

2. Attitude after software (system) problems

People who are computer savvy will look for fundamental causes such as how they work and what software they use. People who are not computer savvy always think it's a hardware problem. I always suspect that equipment of this brand is not very good, or even suspect that it is a fake, a refurbished product, etc.!

3. Follow trend

Know that people always consider their own needs, budget, usage, and other practical factors.

I don't understand that people listen to wind and rain, people say i7 is good and he also says i7 is good. But he doesn't seem to know what an i7 is. Blindly pursue brand effect from appearance. I don't know anything about performance tuning at all. This is why Lenovo, most valuable brand in world, can make big money.

4. Attitude towards gifts

Computer savvy people would prefer not to give away gifts and just hope to save some money. People who can't talk about computers don't talk about price, they talk about how much money he spends on how many gifts. As you know, wool comes from sheep, and a businessman will not have a loss-making business!

5. Attitude to computer peripherals

People who are computer savvy will not pay much attention to appearance, color, workmanship, brand and other parameters of peripherals, but will pay attention only to performance and quality issues. People who are not computer savvy will always choose their favorite peripherals almost harshly, but ignore main characteristics of computers.

6. Attitude to branded equipment

People who are computer savvy think about balanced performance, quality issues and reasonable prices. People who are not computer savvy tend to think more about quality of a particular brand of hardware. Instead, ignore huge gap between productionvigor and price.

7. Relationship to display

People who understand computers will pay attention to price, parameters, performance and practical use of monitor; Of course, price is also a factor that cannot be ignored. People who are not computer savvy think more about looks and size.

8. Attitude towards antivirus software

Computer-savvy people love free stuff. People who are not computer savvy like to pay for it, thinking that what they are buying is better than free hacked version!

9. Attitude towards upgrading computer hardware

People who are computer savvy are thinking about how to spend least amount of money to improve performance according to their actual use. And those who aren't computer savvy will consider replacing it directly, or just deal with it first and then replace it with a new one when it really doesn't hold up. Instead of considering efficiency and other issues!

10. About independent graphics card

I always hear a lot of clients say that an independent display is good, so you just ask landlord to verify information. Is it really necessary?

Some say others have 1G and 2G graphics cards. Little do they know that video memory is not first, how much money can you afford for a real 1G high-end graphics card? In addition, explain to buyers that when buying a video card, you should not focus only on video memory, first of all, you need to consider core, bit depth, and lastly, video memory.

In addition, there are two situations to be reminded of. One is to find someone semi-familiar with a computer who is easy to kill, and other is so-called acquaintance of friends. on other hand, how familiar is friend with seller?

This is not actually key point, key point is following picture:

What is difference between people who are computer savvy and people who are not computer savvy when they buy computers?

The question is, what is in picture above, who understands and who does not understand, and what is the reason?