Okay people, let’s talk about your quotation marks. Quotation marks have a specific use: to designate a chunk of text that is directly attributable to someone else. Or to indicate inches. That’s what they are for.
Here is the offending sentence, or the beginning of it:
If your “primary” computer is …
Quotation marks are not for emphasis. They are a rotten substitute for the missing-but-potentially-useful sarcasm font. Punctuation is there to enhance meaning, clarity, and understanding for your audience. Don’t put it in there all willy-nilly because you think it makes you sound smart.
I’m going to go back to breathing now.