1. froggyboy604

    Did you wish you bought a faster more reliable computer before the Coronavirus outbreak?

    Yes, I wish I bought a faster and more reliable computer before the Coronavirus outbreak because I am afraid my computer may not be fast enough to run some software and games I want to use, and my computer will break from old age. I don't feel like going computer shopping during the Coronavirus...
  2. froggyboy604

    What kind of computer is used most for gaming?

    $200 to $300 Slim desktops maybe used most for gaming since there are a lot of people who may not have enough money to buy a better computer which cost more money. There are a lot of poor people, poor schools and poor places with less money who can't afford a faster computer like a gaming...
  3. froggyboy604

    What do you think of slim desktop tower PCs?

    Slim/Skinny desktop tower PCs maybe a better choice for computer users with only $300 US Dollars to spend on a computer, and need a smaller computer which uses less table space. But, the user don't want to use a Google Chromebook, lowend Windows 10 laptop and mini-PC with 32-64GB flash memory...
  4. froggyboy604

    Are you more likely to watch a DVD or Blu-Ray disc on your computer than watch a movie from Netflix, YouTube, and other video sites?

    There are a lot of DVD and Blu-Ray movie disc which I can borrow for free from the library, friends, and family, so I am less likely to use the internet to watch a movie on Netflix, YouTube, etc on my computer if I can borrow the movie disc for free from someone or the library. Netflix...
  5. froggyboy604

    Do some PC users think most computer with a DVD disc drive is better than a PC without a disc drive?

    I think some people may think computers with DVD disc drives are better because the computer should at least be fast enough to play a DVD video disc. In the past, there were some computers which were too slow to play DVD movie discs, and older operating system like MS-DOS did not support DVD...
  6. froggyboy604

    Are smaller size mini-desktop PC less popular because of cheaper $300+ desktop PC with more features like DVD drive, 1TB hard drive, etc ?

    I think smaller size mini-desktop PC are less popular because of more affordable full size desktop $300 to $400 tower computers with more features like a disc drive, 1TB hard drive, more usb ports, two headphone/sound port, microphone ports, line-in audio port, VGA and HDMI video port, etc. I...
  7. froggyboy604

    How would you feel seeing a New $300 Windows computer with DVD drive, VGA & HDMI video port, 1TB hard drive, 4GB RAM, 3.2 GHz CPU, wired networking?

    I was surprise seeing a new $300 Lenovo 310 S Windows 10 Home 64bit Desktop tower PC with many features on sale at Bestbuy a few days ago. It was surprising seeing a $300 Lenovo desktop computer with many features like an AMD A9 3.2 GHz dual-core CPU, 4GB DDR4 RAM, two RAM slots, AMD Radeon R5...
  8. froggyboy604

    Do you enjoy installing a lot of software on older slower computers?

    On older and slower computers, I usually install many frequently used software like Word Processors, antivirus, antimalware, video chat app, music and video players, video and photo editors, and pc games. I still prefer offline software even when they use more storage space and run slower in...
  9. froggyboy604

    Can most desktop PCs built in 2019 play 3D PC games?

    I seen some videos online of people playing 3D PC games like Overwatch, GTA V on computers with Intel Celeron and Pentium, onboard videon and 4GB ram, so I think most 2019 computers can play 3D games on at least low to medium video quality gane settings.
  10. froggyboy604

    What model of computer do you think will be most popular for Stadia?

    I think the most popular models of computer for playing Stadia games will be cheaper $150 to $250 Windows 10 laptops with 32GB to 64GB storage space. These cheap laptops seem to be popular with children, more casual PC buyers like elementary school students, cheap people who shop at discount...
  11. froggyboy604

    Do you think fewer people use Stadia when new affordable desktop PC can run most games at higher video settings without slowdown problems?

    I think most people may not use Stadia, and rather buy games from Steam, Gog, etc to play offline when most affordable $400 desktop PC can run most PC games at higher quality video quality settings like 1080P with a framerate of 60 frames per second.
  12. froggyboy604

    Do you usually install 3rd-party antivirus, antimalware/spyware, and firewall software on a cheaper slow Windows PC?

    I don't use cheap slow computers for gaming, and video and photo editing, and don't mind the slightly slower performance after installing a better antivirus, antimalware and firewall software which use up more RAM and CPU resources. I usually install 3rd party antivirus, antispyware...
  13. froggyboy604

    Would you buy a desktop computer which always needs to be connected to the internet?

    I like to say no, but PC users may all be force to use an always-connected computer if we want to use a modern operating system, and software like games and office suites with better features like nicer graphics in games. PC users will never know if most computers will someday will always need...
  14. froggyboy604

    Have you attended a computer electronics product event like CES , Computex?

    I have not been to a computer and electronics product convention or trade show like Computex, and CES/Consumer Electronics Show where companies show their new electronics and computers to visitors.
  15. froggyboy604

    Computer hardware on computers with many bloatware/prebundled software break faster?

    Bloatware which use a lot of system resources can cause a computer CPU, RAM, and hard drive to work harder which can cause overheating, and wear and tear on mechanical parts like hard drives, cooling fans which spin faster when the PC gets hot.
  16. froggyboy604

    $58 Computer. Tablet? Notebook? Hybrid?

    The Ematic HD 8" Intel Quad-Core Tablet with Windows 10 is a perfect sized tablet to stay entertained, connected and informed from almost anywhere. The Quad-Core Intel Atom processor provides more processing power and energy efficiency so you can work smarter and play harder. The included...
  17. froggyboy604

    Why do so many people still use VGA cables to connect to a monitor instead of DVI and HDMI?

    I think a lot of people and companies still choose VGA cables because they are more durable/reliable than DVI and HDMI, and slightly cheaper than DVI and some more expensive HDMI cables. You can get a VGA cable for $3 on eBay, but a DVI and HDMI cable cost $7 or more on eBay. People also like...
  18. froggyboy604

    Do you think computers still have video ports like VGA, DVI, HDMI in the future?

    I think for Apple computers, there may not be video ports like HDMI ports for video in Apple Mac computers in the future. The newest Apple Macbook Pro 2017 laptop no longer have a HDMI port, so users need to buy a USB-C to HDMI adapter to use a HDMI monitor or use a USB-C monitor which uses...
  19. froggyboy604

    Would it be useful to use a Disc drive on console on Desktop PC?

    It can be useful for computer users to be able to use the disc drive on their Xbox One, and Playstation 4 to open files stored on a disc on a Desktop PC or laptop computer which does not have a blu-ray or DVD rom drive rather than buying a separate USB external disc drive which they may use only...
  20. froggyboy604

    Facebook now lets you broadcast live video from a Desktop PC

    Facebook Live is making the jump from phones to computers, as Facebook announced today that it’s opening up its live-streaming service to desktop and laptops in addition to smartphones and mobile devices for all its users. It’s a feature that’s been available to Pages for a while, but Facebook...