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Old 01-31-2007, 01:25 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Candocook
We swear by CompUSA. Shop online--and on their Sunday sales.
Dell has even gotten Sixty Minutes' attention for poor service and computers. And there is no doubt, they set the standard for a while.
This just goes to show how different people can have such vastly different experiences.

I would rate CompUSA as the absolute worst place to ever get anything having to do with computers. The last company I worked for had a deal with CompUSA so I would go there every once in a while. Here as some of the idiotic things the sales people there tried to tell me...

Photoshop is a horrible program that destroys your photographs. The program does not work well and no one is smart enough to know how to use it anyway.
You can use any program on a Mac even if it says it only works on a PC. Microsoft has just made it seem like you can't so you buy a PC instead of a Mac
The amount of RAM you have does not affect how well your computer runs. It is the size of the drive that matters
you can download just as fast from a dial up modem as you can from cable as long as you have a good enough modem
You could not pay me to step foot inside one of their stores ever again. I feel they pray of people who do not know any better and trust what they say.

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