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I was considering,actually have decided to purchase a new desktop. I now have Vista Home Basic with 4GB Ram andI am interested in advice on some of the new Dell products, that some of your readers may have had experience with. I don't do very much gaming ,but alot of pictures and videos. I go back and forth quite a bit from one thing to another. I was looking at the Studio and the XPS models from Dell. I don't know if I should get the 64bit or the 32? Iwould like to know if there is much of a huge difference in the two? I am concerned about the Studio only haveing the ability to upgrade to 8GB of Ram.I don't know if I need that much anyway. But I would like to have the ability to upgrade if I needed too. Would anyone like to give me their best guestimate on what they believe would be the best all around entertainment desktop from Dell.I have a budget of $800 to 850 for this purchase. I really don't want to spend more,could I get a desktop that will be sufficient for 5 years with this budget? I don't download movies or games from the Internet,but want to explore some with them!I want to burn pictures and save pictures and videos,also! Any help with this would be great.Thanks ....
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