Tips for Buying a Windows Laptop

If you are buying a Windows laptop, do your research because you’ll be using it for the next 4 years. The laptop should look and feel good and perform well. Ask friends and family members for recommendations and then go to the store to try them out! Would you buy running shoes without trying them on first? If you’re going to be using the laptop for 4-8 hours a day, it MUST feel good to you.

Store Testing

I suggest you go to BestBuy and test out each of the Windows laptop models. These are the features I recommend testing (in order of importance):

Suggested Tech Specs

Use common sense. More expensive laptops will usually perform better, but you have to weigh the cost. Do you really want to spend $200 less if the new laptop is going to be sluggish with an unnatural feeling keyboard and hard to read screen?