what is responsible for getting a system up and going and finding an os to load?

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monitor, binary, binary system @ Pixabay

The main requirement for running a computer is a boot disk or hard drive. A power supply, of course, and maybe some other peripherals. If the system doesn’t have any peripherals connected to it except for a keyboard and mouse, then it’s just a matter of hooking up the monitor and making sure all the power cords are plugged in.

Additionally, once you’re done setting up your system, you’ll need to install an operating system on top of that base configuration. Windows 7 or 8 could work well for this purpose; they’re both relatively lightweight operating systems that won’t take too long to set up.

it is simple to do so. you need a hard drive of course. you will need an operating system and then you can search for software. once you have the operating system on the hard drive and an internet connection and a program called command prompt or terminal or whatever it is i am not good at describing these things, then you can download software from websites like google play or the app store.

once you have the software on your computer, you can install it and use the software.

i read on a forum that people under the age of 20 don’t know how to set up a computer because they watch too many movies and they don’t get out much. i disagree because people from all walks of life can get a computer/laptop if they want one. i have set up many computers for people and they are happy with me doing it for them. anyhow, setting up a computer is easy enough: hook everything up and turn the power on.

it would be nice if people didn’t copy articles word for word and i hope this article was clear enough. i will only copy a person’s essay if they write it in their own words. i will not make anything up because that is lying, which ia a sin.

i take responsibility for the content of my post but i am not responsible for what people do with the information so please don’t sue me or try to burn my house down.

this post is for general informational purposes only. remember, you get what you pay for so make sure the people you hire to help you with your projects are competent, that they have references and that they are honest. if they are dishonest, don’t hire them. if you hire a dishonest person, that person can make all the mistakes he wants and you will probably end up eating the bill.

you will not succeed in creating a successful business if you aren’t on the level; don’t be greedy and get an unfair advantage by cheating people out of their money. people won’t work for free and you’ll have to pay them a fair wage. this is mandatory: pay your employees within 30 days if they are paid weekly or biweekly. you don’t want to borrow money from the employees: they’ll stop working and then you’ll lose money. people don’t like to get stiffed.

if you can’t get your computer set up within a reasonable amount of time, remember to give it back to the store and buy yourself another computer because setting up a computer is very easy. if you want a refund, it’s possible but you need proof that the other person wasn’t able to set it up within a reasonable amount of time.

i hope this has been helpful because i believe in doing things correctly and that having good information will help. if you’re still having trouble, find someone else (only do this if there is a person who can help).