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After reading about MS discontinuing updated for 98/vista and constant reminders from many software programs (including chrome) about their subsequent discontinuation of support for Vista, I've decided it's time for a new computer. I've had this vista computer since 2007, I can't get the free upgrade to win10 so I'd have to purchase it separately. Looking at my dated specs I decided it was time. I found a refurb\upgrade on ebay that is still under warranty and fully supported by Dell. The specs are. OS - Windows 10 Pro Harddrive - 2 terabyte @7200 rpm Additional 256gig SSD Ram: 16 Gigs Processor: i7-4790k I checked out a lot of reviews for the product as it's a refurb and a year old. The only caveat gamers have is that the power supply is underpowered as is the video card. If you want to replace the video card you also have to replace the power supply. Don't really care, not a gamer. Care more about the sound processing power and... security. The pro version of windows 10 has added features for greater control over things like ...scheduling updates. It's also (believe it or not) less intrusive and doesn't use your computer like a torrent.
With the advancement of technology, making music has changed from a studio only process to a home affair. Anyone with a computer can now install the necessary software , connect their equipment and start making music at the convenience of their own house. As easy as it may sound, it still takes a significant amount of research and learning about all the different things that go into home recording. This may come off as a struggle at the beginning for a budding a musician or even a long-time musician venturing into computer based home recording. The following article will help you get on your feet and take those first few steps into the journey of home recording. http://www.songstuff.com/recording/article/home_recording/ Be sure to share and like the article if you find it useful. If you have any questions, feel free to discuss it on the Songstuff Community Forums.