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About three out of five households in America have computers today, compared with almost no one having them just 25 years ago. And if you don’t have a computer at home, you probably have access to one at work, at school, or at the public library. Computers are everywhere! And it’s Dell Computers that has more places than anywhere else.

There is probably a Dell computer store near you; almost every electronics store that sells computers sells Dells. Finding a Dell computer for sale on the Internet is as easy as typing a few words. You can even find Dell computer coupons with a little bit of luck and know-how. (Not that you need them: Dell computers are among the most inexpensive on the market.)

The Dell computer corporation, headquartered in Round Rock, Texas, offers everything from servers to laptops, printers to workstations, all with round-the-clock customer service, too. Fortune magazine called Dell America’s “most admired” company.

If you’re in the market for a new computer, you can visit a retailer that sells Dell computers (or even Dell refurbished computers), or you can visit Dell directly on the Internet. The company’s Web site will walk you through the process of choosing the Dell desktop computer or a notebook computer that will work best for you.

Businesses large and small can rely on Dell computers, too, with servers, storage and all the other necessary components. Most of their business services are scalable -- they can be made larger or smaller depending on the need of the particular business.

But it’s not all work and no play at Dell. Dell computers are excellent for gaming, too, with a system called XPS, the latest in gaming technology. Dell sells all the accessories and components you’d need -- there’s even a mouse and keyboard designed especially for game players!

You may wonder whether it’s a desktop computer or laptop computer you need. Either way, Dell computers can help you, but which is right for you? Consider your needs. Do you travel a lot, either for business or personal reasons? Do you often have to take work home with you from the office? If so, a Dell notebook computer may be what you need. On the other hand, if most of your work is conducted at a desk (or at home), a regular desktop computer may do the job.

And what about printers? Dell makes those, too, in a variety of configurations to suit your needs, from as low as $74. Many businesses need highly advanced printers capable of color prints and collating; Dell has printers that also serve as fax machines and photocopiers. For home use (or home business use), there are less advanced, less expensive models that still offer premium quality in conjunction with your Dell computer.

The Dell computer corporation was founded by Michael Dell, who began selling IBM-compatible computers while still a student at the University of Texas at Austin in 1984. The next year, the company produced the first computer of its own design, and Michael Dell had to drop out of school to handle the business -- which made $6 million that year. By 1999, Dell had become the largest seller of personal computers in America. Dell computers lost the title briefly in 2002, then regained it. It remains on top today.

Dell is building a new assembly plant in North Carolina. It has customer call centers in Edmonton, Canada, and Manila, Philippines, handling calls from the company’s millions of computer customers. Wherever you are, and whatever you need, Dell can help you.

Christopher M. Luck has an extensive background in working exclusively with dell computers and is now offering his free dell secrets to the public. If you are at all interested in Christopher's advice, tips, or secrets, you can visit his computer blog