> Why would I go to PC world to buy a PC.
>> At the time I was working for Gateway Tech Support, and PC world was
> cheap alot cheaper than buying one internally from Gateway or
> externally through Dell.
Last time I saw a PCWorld computer (say, three years ago) I was installing
it on a LAN for a friend. No BIOS access was a major drawback which would
put me off ever buying one from them. Build your own is always the answer I
would give. Then at least you know what's in it. I have never paid for a
prebuilt system, and don't ever plan to (except my next laptop).
> Check it out, I doubt any OEM or store will sell you a PC without an
> OS, if what the dude in PC world is to be believed.
I worked for a computer store in Manchester which sold PCs with no OS as
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