- 5 months ago
1: Buy a PC
2: Play on the PC
3: Buy a switch
4: Throw the switch at the PC
You have switch to pc versionSource(s): yes
- RichardLv 67 months ago
- AVDADDYLv 79 months ago
Are we supposed to know what you're talking about?
- inconsolate61Lv 69 months ago
If you are a small e-user, (phones, tablets and such) you will find that full size desktop equipment operates similarly, though they feature more fulsome operating systems. They access all the same web related resources, just offer easier, and larger page formats and arguably less cumbersome and circumscribed interfacing with them. The biggest advantage is with applications where full sized screens make more sense, such as for graphics design, word-processing, data-baseing, spreadsheet manipulation or multi-screen, or multitasking problems. Gaming, of course, as more memory storage,sheer computing power, and resolution and screen size are key. There are some operating system centered things to catch on to, but in these days of consumer driven interfaces, nothing immediately daunting.
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- StarryskyLv 79 months ago
Of Yahoo Answers? First get a PC.
- GeorgeLv 49 months ago
PC = politically correct.
Try asking a sensible question.
- 9 months ago
What are you talking about?
- BillLv 79 months ago
PC version of what?