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Net PCs are scaled-down machines that derive most of their power from a central server. They don't contain CD-ROMs or disk drives, and their hard drives are meant to be used as a local memory cache. The server performs most of the work such as storing data and processing applications. As a result, Net PCs are relatively easy to install and manage, which may keep you total cost of ownership (TCO) down. If you're considering Net PCs for your computing needs, here are a few models you'll want to check out.
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