Ten things to do with a new PC, part 1
A lot of people will be acquiring a new Windows XP PC over the next few weeks. Quite a few of them will develop faults, crash or fail to live up to their owner's expectations and in a good many cases this will be due to them not being configured properly.
PC hardware is usually incredibly reliable and if something is going to go wrong it will usually do so in the first few hours of use. There's not much you can do about that but most early problems are software-related so over the next two weeks we're going to see how to avoid glitches and give your new PC the best chance of a long and healthy life. Telegraph | Connected | Bootcamp 401: Ten things to do with a new PC, part 1
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