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Build a $500.00 Windows 10 PC

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Looking to build a cheap Windows 10 PC? Here are the components you need to build a system that comes in at $500.00, including Windows 10! As always, shop around for the best deal on components, and remember that component prices change regularlyCase - Rosewill FBM-01 The case is where things get personal. Some people like fancy cases, while others prefer a minimal approach. Some like a big case, others want something small. Me, I'm happy as long as I can get my hands into it, and the sharp edges that invariably slice my flesh are kept to a minimum.  I'm going for a Rosewill FBM-01 case for this build. It's cheap and reasonably well made, and holds all the parts. It also has a couple of fans to keep the air moving.      $30 - $50



Windows 10 Home we come to the most expensive part of the build. $100 PSU - Thermaltake TR2 TR-500 The PC now needs power, and this is the point to be careful, because not only can you overspend on PSUs, underspending means that you'll probably be …

Fulfilling the Ultimate Quest: Love

Greece Said. "Be wise - Know yourself." Rome said. "Be strong - discipline yourself." Psychology says "Be confident - assert yourself." Materialism says, "Be satisfied - please yourself." Religion says. "Be good - conform yourself."
I tried all that advice over the years and it left me empty. Jesus said, "Deny yourself and follow Me."        I'm learning, one day at a time.
    How do we become more concerned for others less so for our own comfort? First, we have one thing to unlearn. Despite current philosophies, we can survive (and thrive) without our addiction to self.
  William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, said, "The most important word is others." Mother Teresa of Calcutta has the same idea. She said, "Life is not worth living unless it is lived for others."  As she ministers to outcast lepers in India, she exemplifies the mature, balanced Christian walk. Those poor people cannot help the…

The irrational thing about trust