[font=Trebuchet MS]Well some people dont know how to make thier own or dont want to. [/font]
EXACTLY!!!!! For those people (like me) who only know about using computers and not building them, which is better? HP or Dell?
Now I get the idea that Dells crash unexpectedly and HPs do the same sometimes. Now, which is better for software? Dell vs HP?
(New HPs come with iTunes, and I don't have internet on my personal computer which I am not using at this time, so I can listen to my music on my computer! Windows Media Player bites, no pun intended.)
Here's a few of my anti-Dell stories.
windows media player on our family dell (the compuer I'm on right now) does not work correctly and has not even since the day we purchased it. It's a dell dimemsion
256 mb of ram
DVD reader (Really crummy)
CD burner (12x max)
16 mb graphics card
and for the worst bit, windows ME as the OS.
My negative experiences with dell are not all just with this computer. The computers @ school all are dell, and they too bite (Again, no pun intended)
My dad works @ HP, so I am supported by it. I'm a member of FIRST robotics, and my robotics team is sponsored by HP. It donated to our team a really sweet laptop:
2.0 gb ram
3.4 ghz HT P4
and a projector, R707 camera, and a printer for the camera.
I don't see Dell donating all that stuff. Also, isin't HP all in America?
No computer helpers named Banjo or what not you will find from HP.