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    Older parents, relatives or friends don't generally require very powerful PCs, unless they're already part of the gaming community.
    When you're looking to purchase a PC for them to use either on a daily basis or sporadically, you should consider ease of use, affordability, and security. Some older folks still have yet to touch a PC, so you'll need to think back to the very first time you used a mouse and keyboard (or trackpad, touchscreen) to get an idea as to what they'll initially go through.

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    11-01-2017 09:40 AM

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