Get the Right Processor for Your Computer
It wasn’t too long ago that buying a personal computer was a simple five-step process. All that you had to do was go to the retailer, ask him to show you the latest/best-selling model in your budget, choose one from what he showed to you, pay the quoted M.R.P for that product, and get the PC home with you. The only thing that you were required to check was whether the quoted processing speed could suffice your needs. But over time, the processing speeds that were once measured in MHz, jumped a few steps up the ladder, and moved to the GHz range; the processing cores moved from one and two to four and eight, and the 16-bit architecture evolved to the less-delayed 32- and 64-bit architecture.