Which type of processor to buy (Core i3 or Core i5)?

A buyer has to face bigger problems here when buying new and old laptops. This is because laptops with Pentium, Dual Core, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7 and latest Core i9 processors are available in the current market. Buyers are likely to call everyone who looks appropriate, if there are only a few. Before you know which one is perfect for you, what is Core, if you know that Core i3 or Core i5 will be better for you, you will understand it yourself.

What is the core?

Core is the power of computer processor. The more cores a processor has, the more powerful the processor and the faster the computer. However, Core i3 does not mean 3 cores or Core i5 does not mean 5 cores. These are a version of the processor. Usually Core i3 processor has 2 cores and Core i5 processor has 4 cores. I am clearing the subject with an example to explain the core issue.

Example: Suppose you are given a plate of rice to eat. It took you at least 2 minutes to eat a plate of rice. On the other hand, if two people are allowed to eat a plate of rice, they will be able to eat it faster than you. In the same way, the four cores of a processor can do any job faster than two cores. For that, if you buy a laptop with more core processor, the laptop becomes faster.

From the above examples and analysis, of course, you do not understand which type of processor will be better for you. If you only do light work like MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, internet browsing and listening to music and watching videos for official work, then you can buy a laptop with Core i3 processor.

On the other hand, if you want to do some heavy work including photo editing, video editing and light slim game play, I would suggest buying a Core i5 laptop. In addition, you must buy a Core i7 or Core i9 laptop to do more heavy work. But the more cores you buy, the higher your budget will be.

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