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If you feel that laptops don’t offer you the storage or capabilities you need, but traditional desktops are too bulky for your limited space, your solution is simple: you need one of the best all in one gaming PC monitors available. This great compromise gives you the computer storage space and clarity of UHD graphics you would get with a desktop, but uses about the same amount of desk space as a laptop.
One big perk that the best all in one PCs (AIO) offer is that they take away the myriad of pesky wires that can clutter the back of your desk or the area under your feet. Instead, you only need one plug that connects the computer to the wall outlet and give you the power you need to run the machine. Say goodbye to your cable ties and attempts to make bulky cords look attractive. There’s no need for excessive wires anymore with this streamlined system.
With the technology in an all in one PC, you can easily enjoy the specs and features of a desktop that you need the most. It’s simple to connect a second monitor, and a major advantage of the desktop PC compared to a laptop. The Full HD screen sizes are also larger, and the advanced technology of LCD displays make them attractive and less bulky than earlier versions. As an added bonus, many of these computers have touch screen monitors, combining the power of an IPS panel computer with the advantages of a tablet. The ability to choose whether the mouse or the touchscreen is easier for you to use is a nice option. That said, if you still need an extra monitor, these PCs often have an HDMI port you can utilize, and USB ports for a wireless keyboard and mouse. They have great Solid-state drives (SSD) and Hard Drives (HDD) for all your files and apps. They also have powerful GPU graphics cards with Integrated AMD Radeon Graphics. Of course they come with wi-fi, but they can also offer Bluetooth connectivity. Some even include a built-in webcam. The operating system and CPU can vary, but systems like Windows 10 are prevalent.
BuyDig.com carries many styles of the best all in one PCs, these models include Pavilion, Inspiron, Mac, iMac, Envy, and Ideacentre. Prices and styles are dependent on which option suits your individual needs, but we always strive to keep our products affordable and budget-friendly. We even carry refurbished options for people looking to upgrade for the lowest price possible.
If you are looking for a computer that combines the extended memory, ability to add multiple screens, and ease of repair that a desktop offers, with the compact feel and space-saving size of a laptop and touchscreen capability of a tablet, these computers offer everything you need. At BuyDig.com, we have the best all in one computer deals for your needs and budget. We carry computers from all the popular brands, including HP, Dell, Apple, MSI, Microsoft, and Lenovo. If you need advice on choosing the best budget all in one pc, contact our friendly team, our experts are always happy to help.
Should I go for a Desktop PC or an All-In-One?
In ye olden days a computer was the size of a large room. Not ideal, but we suppose you knew where you were with it – if you knew your way around it! Of course, the technology advanced rapidly over the following decades and here in the twenty-first century you don’t need to own a second home or even a shed to house your PC.
These days a simple desk or table will do – though we’re at a point on the computing curve where there is so much choice it can be quite confusing to know which is ‘the right thing’ to go for when you’re looking for a new device to put onto that desk or table (whether that’s in the office or at home).
Don’t panic, though! It’s not that difficult to come to a conclusion. You just need to work out what you need – as in, what will the computer be used for?
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Once you’ve worked out what the main uses for the computer will be (as in: a bit of light household admin, or working from home, or entertainment or gaming), then your choice will focus down and become clearer. You could go for a laptop, of course, but if you are looking for something a little more ‘permanent’ then you should really be thinking about a desktop PC or even an all-in-one.
Let’s check out what both of these are.
What is a desktop PC?
The chances are that you will already know! So it’d be easy to give in to the temptation to glibly answer: “It’s a PC that goes on your desktop” – but in truth that’s about the size of it, in the most basic way of putting it. A desktop PC is a box which contains a series of components powerful enough, in combination, to tackle all of your tasks with ease. If you are word processing, or looking at photographs, or streaming music then a desktop computer can do it.
Obviously if you choose to go for a desktop PC then you would need to make sure that the components contained within your computer are appropriate for your likely use (ie. powerful enough to handle what you put them through).
The more powerful models are brilliant for creative work such as video editing – and, of course, for gaming. A top-notch gaming desktop PC can house a state-of-the-art processor and graphics hardware so that you can enjoy some serious gaming sessions – particularly if you also upgrade all of your peripherals so that you have a set-up with maximum win potential!
There are always variants in the general shape and ‘vibe’ of a desktop PC (for instance RGB lighting and so on) but a desktop feels like you would immediately expect a computer to feel.
Big plus points of desktop PCs
One of the biggest advantages of desktop PCs over all other types of computer is that you can easily upgrade by replacing internal components. You are only, really, limited by the number of bays available within your PC case.
If you have a laptop and are thinking about upgrading, you’d find it a really intricate process which, to be honest, is best-handled by a computer expert. The components within a laptop are much more tightly packed in a particularly confined space. A desktop PC offers much easier access to its components, many of which can be easily replaced or upgraded.
One of the most brilliant things about desktop PCs is the potential for case modification (or ‘modding’ as it is known amongst those who do it! In simple terms, modding is when you change the appearance of your PC’s outer case by repainting, redesigning, reforming by adding or taking away bits… If you do this, you will end up with a totally ‘one off’ look for your desktop PC, which will make a genuine individual statement.
Okay, PCs sound great – but what’s an all-in-one?
Essentially it is still a desktop PC, so don’t panic. It’s not a completely different device. It will do more-or-less the same things. But an all-in-one doesn’t have a large case packed with components. The internals of an all-in-one are actually built into the back of your monitor. So, other than needing to plug in a keyboard and a mouse (or use Wi-Fi versions), your computing needs are all contained within one box – and it has a screen on the front!
What are the advantages of an all-in-one?
If you put them side by side it’s easy to see the main advantage of an all-in-one over a traditional desktop PC. You will need much less space on your desk to position your all-in-one. Regular desktop PCs have a much bigger form factor and some bulk, and so they give off an aura of being solid and reliable due to that – but they can feel a little ungainly. They’re not exactly portable and, of course, there is also the need to have various cables connecting things. With a large screen and a compact, neat and tidy design an all-in-one can be a much more enticing proposition for the home or office.
In many homes or offices it’s possible that you’d struggle to find the most convenient position for a computer and monitor and all of the peripherals. You end up with everything spilling out over a larger area than you would like – or, in fact, you try and cram everything into an area much smaller than you need.
Your desktop PC tower may end up not on the desktop but on the floor or in a hard-to-reach position on the desk. Switching things over to an all-in-one situation means you can save a lot of space or maximise what little you have.
AIOs are very convenient devices and, in a way, it’s worth thinking about them as the desktop version of a laptop. Although that might seem a little convoluted, it’s actually about right – not just because everything you need is contained within one unit, but because of the components used. Thinking about all-in-ones in this way is both an advantage and a disadvantage.
Any disadvantages to an all-in-one PC?
If you decide to go for an all-in-one then there is a bit of a compromise you’ll have to make. Due to the smaller form factor of an all-in-one then it will contain less powerful components.
All-in-ones are often powered by the laptop versions of the PU and graphics card contained within. Though they are capable components, these do pump out considerably less power than the equivalents you’d find in a standard desktop PC. As a consequence of this, we don’t really recommend all-in-ones for anyone who is looking to do some serious gaming.
Another unfortunate trade-off for anyone going for an all-in-one over a desktop PC is that the components within are, usually, not able to be upgraded. Because of the restrictions on space there is only, really, the RAM or Hard Drive which could be accessed for upgrade. Even then it is worth noting that not all models are built to allow even this.
Anything else that’s a disadvantage?
Well, yes. Because the components are not as powerful as those in a desktop PC, all-in-ones tend to be slower in terms of performance straight out of the box. So you might find that you need to upgrade more quickly than you would if you went down the traditional route. Modern desktop PCs can last a decent while – but nothing is ever entirely ‘futureproof’ and so after fi you will ve years or so you will probably benefit from an upgrade. In the case of all-in-ones that five years could be truncated to ‘a few years’.
Also, if you decided that you would like to upgrade the display monitor and the speakers (say, something future-similar to the leap from Full HD to 4K) then you are at a potential disadvantage. These parts of a computer system do ‘age better’ than internal components, but in an all-in-one you don’t have the option to upgrade.
Ultimately, with an all-in-one a valuable rule to imprint on your thinking is “If one thing goes wrong the whole thing goes wrong”. So if you’re really set on an AIO rather than a desktop PC then you should definitely think about buying as far beyond what you need as you can afford. More power and more memory should protect you from pocket-pain for a while.
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My concern is money. So which is cheaper – a desktop or an AIO?
Cash is always a valid concern when it comes to computing. But it’s also always worth remembering that the more you pay the more you get. The more protected you are against, frankly, obsolescence.
In terms of value for money, a desktop PC sits at the top of the tree. You simply cannot buy a laptop or an all-in-one with equivalent power without paying way over. If portability and space saving is not so much of an issue for you, we would always recommend going down that route and investing in a desktop PC as a more efficient splash of your cash.
What about peripherals?
Some high-end all-in-ones come with a wireless keyboard and mouse, so you’re on the go straight out of the box and there’s no cable spaghetti on your desk. You can get set up in a couple of minutes, and everything will be way tidier than a ‘regular’ desktop PC hooked up to a monitor, keyboard and mouse using wires.
However, if your new all-in-one doesn’t come supplied with keyboard and mouse, don’t get in a panic about your peripherals. You won’t really need to splash out on special versions of a keyboard and mouse. Don’t forget your new all-in-one is only a computer, not some prima donna device which demands something specific.
If, though, you opt for a traditional larger form factor PC and go for an all-singing all-dancing gaming desktop then you ought to think about how you can maximise your win potential by investing in some great gaming peripherals. You ought to think about the three key peripherals to give yourself the advantage over your opponents and take your gaming to a new level:
So, in the end a desktop is best?
Well, as a route to get to the answer to that question, let’s run through the pros and cons of all-in-ones.
- Compact and space-efficient
- Reasonable specs
- Cost in comparison to PC
- Less powerful components
- Repair inconvenience
- Not customisable
When we put it down ‘on paper’ as baldly as that, it seems desktop PCs are the smart way to go. But, as we adivse with every bit of tech we ever talk about, what you go for does really depend on what you will be using the device for. Desktops are the Daddy of the whole darn family, but (like laptops) all-in-ones do definitely have their strengths and their appeal. But, as we said right at the start, if you possibly can you should give your needs a little more consideration than your budget. Working out exactly what you will be using the device for should have the biggest bearing on what you get.
Desktops and all-in-ones at Ebuyer
Here at Ebuyer we have lots of quality desktop PCs and AIOs available to suit all budgets and needs. Whether you are a casual home user, a business looking to tech up the staff, or a serious gamer, there will definitely be something suitable for you. Browse at our website for a wider view of what’s available…
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10 Ways to Speed Up Your Windows 10 PC
If you find that your PC is slow and not working like it used to, changing Windows 10 settings can help make your PC faster and more efficient. Windows 10 is one of the most efficient operating systems in use today. But it comes with a lot of features that use a lot of system resources and can slow down PC performance. In the latest version of Windows 10, Microsoft even added built-in features to improve overall efficiency. However, your computer’s performance may still be slow.
May be due to lack of memory, maintenance, and less powerful hardware components. There are a few things you can do to speed up Windows 10 and restore your PC to optimal performance from uninstalling unused programs and apps to updating hardware
1. Checking for updates
One of the best ways to get Get the most out of your PC by always installing the latest updates for Windows 10. Microsoft frequently releases updates to fix common defects and system errors that slow down system performance. Some updates may be minor, while others may make significant changes to the system, such as searching for the latest device drivers that can help improve PC performance.
To check for updates, open the Windows menu, then select Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Check for updates. If there are updates available, select Install now. Restart your PC and check if it has improved.
2. Restarting the PC
This may sound simple, but restarting your computer regularly can help speed up your system. Many people don’t turn off their PCs for weeks by putting the computer to sleep rather than shutting it down. As a result, programs and workloads pile up in the PC’s memory, slowing down everyday tasks such as launching programs and accessing files.
Shutting down your computer every day cleans up RAM and prepares your PC for optimal performance the next day. If you notice that your computer has become slower in performing simple everyday tasks, such as opening programs or accessing files and documents, try shutting down or restarting your PC. Don’t forget to save your work before doing this.
3. Disabling programs from starting at system startup
PC performance may decrease if many programs and applications are open at the same time. Many installers tell Windows to run its programs as soon as the computer starts, which slows down system performance.
To disable programs from starting at system startup, open Task Manager and then click the Startup tab. The Startup Impact column indicates how much impact (high, medium, low) various programs have on system startup. Those that have a high impact are the culprits for degrading system performance.
To stop a program from loading at startup, right-click the program and select Disable.
4. Disk Cleanup
One of the built-in features of Windows 10 is Disk Cleanup. It allows you to get rid of unused temporary files that accumulate on your computer, including image thumbnails, downloaded program files, and temporary Internet files.
Open the Windows menu and use the search bar to find Disk Cleanup. A list of program files to remove opens. Select the files you want to delete by checking the boxes next to their names. Then click “Clean up system files”. Disk Cleanup will calculate how much memory will be freed.
Take the time to delete other files or applications that are taking up RAM or disk space. Check your Downloads folder for old and unused files that you can delete.
5. Removing old software
PCs often come preloaded with third-party software that you may not need. They are often referred to as “fat” software, can eat up disk space due to their large size, and are often never used.
You may have other programs installed but never used, causing your computer to slow down. To check which programs are installed, open the menu
- Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features > Uninstall or change a program.
- Right-click on a program you no longer need and select Uninstall.
6. Turn off special effects
Windows 10 comes with many special effects that make the user interface look nicer. They are enabled by default in Windows and other features programmed to fade in and out of view. Other special effects that slow things down are transparency and animation.
Open the Windows menu, find the System menu, click the Advanced System Settings tab, then Advanced, and select Performance Options. Click the Visual Effects tab and click the Special Effects radio button. You will see a list of visual effects that can be turned off by unchecking the box next to the name. Click “Apply” to confirm your changes.
7. Disabling transparency effects
In addition to using system resources to display features such as animation, Windows 10 also uses transparency effects for certain features such as the task menu. This seemingly easy and simple effect is actually quite complex and requires more system resources than you might think.
To turn off transparency effects, open the Windows menu and type “color options” in the search bar to bring up the appropriate menu for Windows 10. Scroll down to the “Transparency Effects” button. Click the button to enable or disable these effects.
8. Performing system maintenance
Windows 10 has a built-in feature that performs common system maintenance tasks. These include defragmenting the hard drive, scanning for updates, and checking for malware and viruses.
System maintenance is usually done in the background when your computer is not in use, but you can start it manually if there is a problem with the system that you want to check.
To do this, open the Control Panel and select “Security and Service Center”. Click the arrow to expand maintenance options and select Start Maintenance. You can perform a preventive system scan manually.
9. RAM Upgrade
One of the radical ways to improve the speed and performance of your PC is to upgrade the RAM to increase the amount of memory in your system. Windows 10 requires at least 4 GB of memory to run smoothly. If you use your PC for intensive system workloads such as gaming or media creation, you will benefit from more memory.
Upgrading the RAM can significantly increase the speed and performance of your PC. To find out what type of RAM your PC needs, open the Task Manager (Ctrl + Alt + Delete) and click “Performance”. You will see how many memory slots are available, as well as the type of RAM, such as DDR4. Learn more about RAM upgrades.
10. Drive Upgrade
Upgrading the drive can significantly increase the speed and performance of your PC.