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  • When looking at stock brokerages online, which would be suitable?

    Over a course of time I ve developed enough money set aside to simply dip my toes into stocks. With about 5k ready along with basic-intermediate knowledge of how it works, I was interested now in a company to use.

    Considering this, my research of popular sites to use have included: Scottrade (most popular with lowest rates it seems), Scwab, E-Trade, TDAmeritrade.

    As far as a plan I don t necessarily plan to day trade but rather hold on to said stocks on a hopeful short term basis (1-3 months).

    7 AnswersInvesting4 years ago
  • Need graphics card help?

    When installing the RadeonHD5750 graphics card to my desktop I got a download screen that asked which form of windows I had and I was just wondering which option I should choose. Ill put my computer specs and what windows it has.

    System:

    Gateway -- DX4710-05 -- 6 GB RAM -- Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600 @2.40GHz --64 Bit operating system

    Download options:

    Windows XP 32-bit 5870 Series or Lower

    Win7 x86 & WinVista 32-bit 5870 Series or Lower

    Windows XP 64-bit 5870 Series or Lower

    Win7 x64 & WinVista 64-bit 5870 Series or Lower

    Windows XP 32-bit HemlockXT 5970 ONLY!

    Win7 x86 & WinVista 32-bit HemlockXT 5970 ONLY!

    Windows XP 64-bit HemlockXT 5970 ONLY!

    Win7 x64 & WinVista 64-bit HemlockXT 5970 ONLY!

    I appreciate any help possible, thank you for your time,

    1 AnswerSoftware7 years ago
  • What's the best option for PCI?

    I'm looking to get wireless connectivity with my desktop and wanting to get the best working option. Was looking into bridges, usb and PCI and figured that a PCI card would work best for me. If possible, it would be nice to have a good option included.

    Also, what's the difference between PCI and PCI-E?

    Thank you all for your time.

    2 AnswersComputer Networking7 years ago
  • What would be best for online gaming...?

    Looking to update my wired network on my desktop to a wireless. Was wondering for this which option would be better... A wireless network card or the usb wireless adapter.

    I was thinking more on the lines of the network card for its direct access to the motherboard.

    Any suggestions for devices are more than welcome

    2 AnswersPC7 years ago