Macs are extremely popular with those who enjoy doing design work or with graphics. There are many programs that are designed and made specifically for them rather than using a pc. However, there are many that struggle to do the simplest thing on a Mac because it is so different from many other designs. Uninstalling software is one of those simple things that you will need to do at some point in your life with a Mac.

The common problem with software includes programs refusing to install, a program doesn’t load or is very slow to load, operating system failure, incompatible device drivers, and other related issues.

There is a need for new newer, faster computer hardware upgrade. Show how many computer users have been added to the server in the past year or since the server was installed. Show the number of printers added to the server. This might help justify the much needed upgrade.

Software on the other hand is the things that you can’t see. Software is the name given to programs that are installed on the computer, such as Windows XP, Windows 7, Microsoft Word, Adobe Suite and others. Software includes every program that you download from the internet, and play games with or use to do math problems etc.

Most Netbooks now run Windows 7 Starter Edition, which has a lot of the common features removed from it. Windows 7 Starter Edition is a starkly stripped down version of Windows 7 Home Premium, which has the features most home and small business computer users want and need.

Video card. For strictly business usage on Windows XP, you can save a little here. If you are doing a lot of graphics work, watching movies, or expect to use Windows Vista with the Aero interface, I wouldn’t advise skimping here.

Motherboards play a vital role in gaming computer, but in the end I feel it all depends upon the type of configuration you want such as dual video card support or multi-core processor support. I personally don’t like to spend as much on motherboards as on graphic cards or processor. I tend to spend most on graphic cards, then processor and then motherboard. Also, I have never underestimated the role of a good power supply. After all, my heavy duty gaming rig must be hungry for power.

You can set Restore Points on your computer, but if your Motherboard is fried, then you’ll still lose everything. You can get Motherboard rescue kits, but it’s much simpler to just do a regular back up. To an external hard drive. They’re surprisingly cheap nowadays too.