Re: Building PC for Church
"Herb Stein" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> "Art" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> Heh, they got ya. 5 years ago I built a PC for my "poor" church. Now I
>> administer a 7 computer network there. The price? You guessed it. Oh
>> well, maybe I'll get some rewards for my toil later, as in much later.
> Sure. God will provide. As we all learn is this business, get the money up
> front from a church.
If you're in it for the money, I guess that's the way to look at it. My
church looks for volunteers to donate stuff. They seem to do ok. If you
are looking for a reward of some kind, then you shouldn't do things for your
church. But, then I guess you probably know that already.
>> My first reaction is Home Premium, but given my past experience ("we just
>> new a computer for the secretary, nothing fancy") it will evolve into
>> more and more. Eventually your church will want to hook it to other
>> computers. Then it will be a server, etc... Only you know your church.
>> If it was me and I could afford it, I'd go for Ultimate planning for the
>> future. If the church can't foot the bill check with your tax guy to see
>> if you can write off the build as a donation.
> Vista Ultimate is fine if you're a Vista guru. Support will be a constant
How so? You start out with the simple features and work from there. No
one's saying he hast to turn on BitLocker, domains, and full image backups
>> "JonMallard" <JonMallard@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> Hey guys i just built my own PC at home and im running Vista Home
>>> Premium on
>>> my PC.
>>> our church just got a Benq projector for running music slideshows and
>>> I was asked if I would build a computer for the church. so i did and im
>>> of confused about which version of windows i should run. I am just
>>> what version of vista has support for a Digital Projector?
>>> Jonathan Mallard