Buying Software for your new computer or old computer.
Buying Software for your new computer can be very easy when you follow a few simple steps. First, never purchase home products for work. Second, never settle always select the software that you need to do the job.
Software is very important and especially if you are going to be using your computer for work.
Number one rule is if you have been using a professional version of any OS you should stay with that same version.
Switching from XP Home to Windows 7 Home isn't going to offer much in the realm of differences other than all the enhancements between XP and Windows 7.
But, switching from XP Pro to Windows 7 Starter is going to be a downgrade at best.
I'll be posting some of the key elements that I see home and business users use in their computers and offer up some suggestions.
My first suggestion would be if you work Medical, Financial, Legal or store personal information of anyone other than yourself on your computer it's best to go with Windows 7 Ultimate so you can secure the data on the drive in case of theft.
From Operating System Software to Word if it's Microsoft I'll offer up some good information so you can make smarter buying experiences.
Like did you know one version of Office 2010 allows for two computers to run the software with two licenses for only $40 over the price of a single licensed version? (Don't worry, I didn't know at the time.)
Tuesday Jun 14 2011
Microsoft Office 2010 EULA (End User License Agreement) how to buy Office Products. Microsoft Office is one of the products many of us can not live without. You might think about all the other copies you have and the total investment you made over the years and think Microsoft owes you a free copy. Not so, but...