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"With the recent demise, April 8, 2014, of Microsoft's Windows XP operating system (OS), overall estimates place Windows XP use at almost 30% of overall utilization worldwide." , States Tony Bradley, a principal analyst with the Bradley Strategy Group. Microsoft had warned users of this April 2014 deadline in the intent to end support for its 13-year older OS and security experts agreed it was time to replicate it also. A vast majority of users either bought new personal computers (PC) who needed the newer Windows 7 or Windows 8 OS preloaded but most XP users held for their old PCs up to and past the April deadline. These users were pleased with their PCs and have been perplexed why they weren't able to continue to work with them, but Microsoft is a business which was reluctant to spend any more money behind this aging OS. There's the option for users, unwilling to sacrifice the functionality and comfort of the PC desktop for a notebook, to create a pc on a budget. They're able to have the latest OS and still use some of the peripherals they already possess e.g., LED monitor, wireless mouse and keyboard etc.. This paper will notify readers of eight essential components required to build a computer on a budget of $600 dollars. We'll cover the external, internal, and OS of the PC system and if finished, the user will have a working, contemporary PC suitable for their intended usage. The casual user PC demands are email, Web surfing and shopping, watching movies, school and business work. The hardcore gamer is present to conquer all online competitions and have the trendiest, alluring and most effective computer gaming rig among their peers. Price is no limitation with this strain of PC user. For this paper's intentions, the PC wants of the casual consumer is going to be our.