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Hello,
 
IT PRO here...
 
While looking at your specifications here I noticed you are still rocking a HHD, this is one thing that can be upgraded.
 
Upgrading to the solid state hard drive brings a verity of benefits to your desktop!
Upgrading to the solid state hard drive brings a verity of benefits to your desktop!
 
I also see you have 4GB's of ram in your desktop. The standard of 4GB's of ram has long sense passed into the void of time of yester year. Your system ram can increase up to a total of 32GB's. System slowness is caused by a plethora of reasons, Fragmented HDD, Viruses, Partially failing hard drive, Operating system corruption just to name a few.
 
Your issue would most likely be overall improved with an upgraded storage system to the new Solid State drive, of course this would require you to install a new fresh copy of windows 10!
 
From that point it would be my advice to use your 1TB HDD as a secondary hard drive!

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Edit by: Sho Yo rite ,

Text:

Hello,
 
IT PRO here...
 
While looking at your specifications here I noticed you are still rocking a HHD, this is one thing that can be upgraded.
 
Upgrading to the solid state hard drive brings a verity of benefits to your desktop!
 
I also see you have 4GB's of ram in your desktop. The standard of 4GB's of ram has long sense passed into the void of time of yester year. Your system ram can increase up to a total of 32GB's. System slowness is caused by a plethora of reasons, Fragmented HDD, Viruses, Partially failing hard drive, Operating system corruption just to name a few.
 
Your issue would most likely be overall improved with an upgraded storage system to the new Solid State hard drive, of course this would require you to install a new fresh copy of windows 10!
Your issue would most likely be overall improved with an upgraded storage system to the new Solid State hard drive, of course this would require you to install a new fresh copy of windows 10!
 
From that point it would be my advice to use your 1TB HDD as a secondary hard drive!

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Original post by: Sho Yo rite ,

Text:

Hello,

IT PRO here...

While looking at your specifications here I noticed you are still rocking a HHD, this is one thing that can be upgraded.

Upgrading to the solid state hard drive brings a  verity of benefits to your desktop!

I also see you have 4GB's of ram in your desktop. The standard of 4GB's of ram has long sense passed into the void of time of yester year.  Your system ram can increase up to a total of 32GB's. System slowness is caused by a plethora of reasons, Fragmented HDD, Viruses, Partially failing hard drive, Operating system corruption just to name a few.

Your issue would most likely be overall improved with an upgraded storage system to the new Solid State hard drive, of course this would require you to install a new fresh copy of windows 10!

From that point it would be my advice to use your 1TB HDD as a secondary hard drive!

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