If this sort of go-anywhere versatility sounds perfect to you, you'll want a Windows model, such as an HP all-in-one computer. If touch screens aren't important to you, Mac OS is widely considered to be one of the most user-friendly and intuitive operating systems. And it syncs up seamlessly with iPhones and iPads. More and more, however, people are choosing an alternative to the two main traditional operating systems. Chrome OS, featured exclusively on all-in-one computers known as Chromeboxes, runs fast, lightweight versions of many applications, while storing files in the cloud for easy access from any device.
If you'll be storing a lot of files on your all-in-one desktop, you'll want to carefully consider how big you’ll need the hard drive to be. If you mostly surf the Web and use small-sized files like documents and spreadsheets, you may not need much space. People who save lots of music and movies or who do a good deal of photo and video editing, however, will want to look at all-in-one computers with a larger hard drive capacity.