Building Computer by Yourself
Build a team from scratch gives you the perfect machine for your needs, but it can be intimidating the first time. Here is our comprehensive guide to the collection of the parties, to set up and install your operating system.
School Night This series was published in 2011. We lived and gave some updates needed: changing obsolete references, add new resources and tools, and expanded sections. Have fun!
Lesson 1: Basics of equipment
For our first lesson in building your own PC, we started with some basic computer hardware.
Lesson 2: choose and buy your parts
In this lesson, we’ll show you how to choose and shop more effectively for their parts.
Lesson 3: Computer
computer assembly can seem daunting, but it is actually quite easy. In Lesson 3, step by step shows how to put it all together.
Lesson 4: Installing the operating system
Once you’ve set up, you’re beyond the hard part. Lesson 4 covers the installation of your operating system and have everything up and running.
Lesson 5: Other Resources
There is many more computer capacities out there that can fit in a night school. In our last lesson, we share some other resources that can help you through the steps for both the construction and post-construction.
If you want all these lessons in a printable format, I recommend sending each article to a service like Readability or Pocket. This way, you can print a clean and easy-to-read version that can be referenced as accumulate. Thank you for training with us this week!