What does it mean to assemble and mod computers? First, assembling computers is a fairly easy practice, but still requires many skills. Modding is changing the stock (out of box) appearance of a computer tower and/or monitor to better suit your liking. Assembling a computer is usually done in 5 steps: 1.buy and examine the hardware; 2.install the PSU and motherboard; 3.install the drives; 4.install processor, heat sink/fan unit, and memory; connect all the cables and wires; 5. Configure BIOS, reset drive jumpers, and install operating system. Modding also has five steps to it: 1.find what one would like to change or add; 2.brainstorm and plan it out; 3.buy materials, gather tools one will need; 4.start the mod; 5.finising touches.
Assembling and modding go hand in hand, if one can assemble a PC one could probably mod it with little or no trouble. Since the late eighties it was possible to go to a shop and buy hardware to build your own computer and since the first PC came out people were modifying them to their own specifications. Although building a computer from scratch is practical it may not be the best decision for most people, instead they can go to a shop and have a system custom built for them from parts they select. However, these kinds of services are not offered for modding, and they should not be because a mod should be done by the owner of the computer, not someone who has no idea about the tastes of the customer.
The future looks very bright for custom building computers and modding them and these two subjects will be around for years to come.