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Q: PCs were expensive and people who can buy them were limited 30 years ago.
However, they are necessities and one of necessary sources of information now. does this sound natural?
A: PCs were expensive and people could only afford them about 30 years ago.
However, they are now necessities and one of the main sources of information.
Q: I have two PCs that have the same applications installed, but the version of some of the applications is different between the two PCs. So, I need to identify an application whose version is different between the two PCs by comparing the version of each of the applications in one PC with the version of a corresponding application in the other PC. does this sound natural?
A: Actually, it is grammatically correct. Great job for that. But don't repeat the words often once it is already understood from the context.
Q: PCs are useful convenient gadgets. does this sound natural?
A: I would add a comma after "useful", so the sentence would be:

"PCs are useful, convenient gadgets."
Q: The PCs from ~~ can be purchased at the cheapest price if you buy them at ~~.com. does this sound natural?
A: What does the first 「~~」 correspond to? The manufacturer??

"The PCs from newegg.com can be purchased at the cheapest price if you buy them at newegg.com" .... >_<
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If you are referring to the manufacturer, perhaps:
"You can get the best price on X社's PCs if you buy them at ~~.com"

ex:
"You can get the best price on Dell PCs if you buy them at amazon.com"
"Dell PCs can be purchased most inexpensively if you buy them from amazon.com"
Q: I wonder if they sell PCs that are cheaper than 300 dollars with 500 gb hard drive and 4 gb memory. does this sound natural?
A: "with a 500 gb hard drive and 4 gb memory"

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