The Kind of Tech Questions I Get Every Day

Let’s try this email from Paul:

hi Chris happy holidays to you and your family. I’m a big fan of yours I’ve been watching you since the early days of tech TV call for help. I enjoy your streams , here is my question I am considering doing a live video stream myself and I was just wondering what kind of a web cam should I use or get and what kind of microphone to use and if you can give me any pointers and suggestions thanks Chris

They’re all the same – every single Webcam vendor on the planet. There’s absolutely no difference between them. Get what you can afford or based on the features you like most. To every one of those companies, you’re nothing more than just another email address in the crowd – they have no unique relationship with you, nor do they want one. You are not special to them.

Here’s a question that just came in from Alex:

Hey chris, I’ve been wanting to buy more RAM to maximize how much I can do on my PC. Now i am one to go for the cheap, But good quality products. So i was wondering, What brand would you recommend and how much do you think it would cost? Any suggestions would be great.

They’re all the same – every single computer memory company on the planet. There’s absolutely no difference between them. Get what you can afford or based on the features you like most. To every one of those companies, you’re nothing more than just another email address in the crowd – they have no unique relationship with you, nor do they want one. You are not special to them.

And now, a question from Tony:

I also had a question – Which is the better anti-virus/internet protection between Norton, McCafee, AVG, or Kaspersky? I am currently using McCafee and Kaspersky but the subscription is coming to an end. Please help me decide which one is the better/best one.

They’re all the same – every single security software title on the planet. There’s absolutely no difference between them. Get what you can afford or based on the features you like most. To every one of those companies, you’re nothing more than just another email address in the crowd – they have no unique relationship with you, nor do they want one. You are not special to them.

I really don’t know how to answer these questions properly.