Welcome! In this article we'll look at shopping Walmart computers, what you might expect to find there, and Amazon.com as well. I know something about this as I just went through the process of buying my granddaughter a new computer for school, and while I was at it, looking for a new one for writing my articles. The ol' laptop is in retirement. Oh, sure, I may write an article at Starbucks with it at some point, but man, it was tired!
The criteria for both computers were largely the same. I wanted both of them to be fairly inexpensive. I know the rush of going "whole hog" with all the bells and whistles. As often as not you find that you way overpaid for stuff you don't use. Gaming computer? No. Computer with the latest processor? 256 gigs of SDD? That's geek for 256 gigabytes of Solid-State Drive. As opposed to a slower and less reliable spinning disk drive). It would be nice, but for a LOT more! I have found that solid is solid, and solid lasts.
Criteria for her computer