That computer is better in almost every way than the PC that I was looking at and much cheaper. That site, however, had nothing for the state of Mississippi: my state.
The one that I was looking at did have a HD and Win 8 PRO loaded and the OS disc literally comes with it for not even $100. It is also the best processor setup that I've ever had. I've never had better than a P4 2.8 GHz(and that handles almost everything that I've thrown at it) or a AMD Sempron +3800 2.4 GHz single core, but this PC is dual core 2.8 GHz.
Plus, many places today will not allow MO payment(even USPS MOs that are instantly cashable through the very post office network that issues them); the company with a great reputation said they would allow postal money orders. This is the number 1 deal maker/breaker for me, because I have no credit cards or bank account and getting a cash loader card costs a good bit more than USPS MOs do. Cash loader cards allow instant transaction completion, but they cost about 2.5 times more and also usually require that your money funnels through 2 organizations: an unknown bank somewhere and Paypal. USPS MOs go through the gov't postal service and are backed by the gov't; they are US cash in the mail. Only they are better than cash, because cash is counterfeited more often than USPS MOs are and a business owner--upon cashing them at post office--gets genuine money that is not counterfeited and maybe uncirculated as well. Also, when a seller is dealing with a reputable buyer, they know that they got their "USPS MO" at the source and, so, there's no embarrassment of looking like a scam artist or awkward at the post office. Reputable buyers don't try to get over very often(usually it's just only a matter of trying to save as much as they can in a very legal way), but unsavory buyers do very often and look to scam in any they can get away with often. Even so, the seller should have every confidence in the world in USPS MOs, because--in any event--they have to cash before they send the item and, if they don't cash, then the seller keeps the item. If a seller is trying to make money, then--if they use cash and that's everyone in America--they should take USPS MOs. Still, many personal sellers and most known mainstream companies won't(OR YOU HAVE TO ASK WITH PERSONAL SELLERS WHEN THEY DO). And the ones that do do charge double the rate for new equipment for PC when compared with great used equipment--when all I want is a working PC that can do a lot for what I can afford. If that's new, so be it and if that's used, so be it. Most of the time that's used or refurbished, but I'm very satisfied with that as long as it's working like new and without viruses. I found a company that sells a very modern PC that is less than $100, includes the OS disc, works like new, has a DVD-RW drive(allbeit vertical, which I'd rather not have), and they take USPS MOs, too. The only knock on it is HD space. Would like a little more, but that's still more than any other PC that I've had. Plus, I have an extra 50 Gb HD for extra space and could go bigger. The huge drives, these days, have lost some altitude. So, when all of that comes together like that, I have to take it--if possible.
Thanks for all your great and priceless help and too bad for me that they didn't do MOs or have any listings in Mississippi, because your equipment was far better and at a peanuts price!