how much is 4 gig a bits

January 20, 2011 at 15:39:10
Specs: Windows Vista
I am looking into buying an new computer they said it has 4 gig a bites of space . I do not know what this means . Can someone help Me please ?

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#1
January 20, 2011 at 15:45:29
You mean it had 4 gigs of RAM, which is memory. Hard drives that store your data are much larger than that.You can google for the difference in the two if you're confused. If the new computer had 4 gigs of ram, it probably had Windows 7 64 bit operating system on it. Windows 7 32 bit can only use around 3.5 gigs.

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#2
January 20, 2011 at 17:28:53
http://www.whatsabyte.com/

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#3
January 20, 2011 at 18:48:30
In purchasing a new computer you want to look at:
1- The manufacturer - Does it have a good reputation and warranty?
2- Processor - Which Processor? What is the Speed (in GHz)? How many cores (distinct processors within the 'Processor' itself)?
3- How much memory (RAM in GB)?
4- What is the video capability (is the graphics included enough for your uses)?
5- What is the capacity of the hard drive (in GB)?
Even if you plan to purchase in a local store (local service is a plus if ever needed), look online at a few major stores and get comfortable with the general specs and Google any you feel you need to understand better.
When you get a better idea, choose 2 or 3 and post back the specs with your computing needs and we can help you get a better feel for what you need vs what you are looking at.

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