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Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell Inspiron N4030 OS Windows 10 Home 64-Bit CPU Intel Core i3 380M @ 2.53GHz Arrandale 32nm Technology Motherboard Dell Inc. 0K13WN (CPU 1) Memory Total RAM = 4.00 GB and Usable RAM = 3.80 GB Graphics Card Generic PnP Monitor (1366x768@60Hz) Intel HD Graphics (Dell) Sound Card IDT High Definition Audio CODEC Bluetooth Hands-free Audio Monitor(s) Displays 1 Screen Resolution 1366 x 768 x 32 bits (4294967296 colors) @ 59 Hz
Hard Drives ATA WDC WD3200BEVT-7 SCSI Disk Device Size = 320.00 GB Internet Speed 6-14 Mbps Max and 153 Kbps Min Antivirus MBAM Pro, Windows Defender, SuperAntiSpyware, SpyBot S&D Browser Microsoft Edge, IE11, Google Chrome, Firefox Other Info Your dude.
Will extra 4gb of ram show much of a difference in speed Hi guys, running w-7 500gb hdd 4gb ram. By looking at the shot of performance in the windows task manager, computer is running ok but of course not as fast as when new because of the added files. Will adding another 4gb of memory show any real difference.
Ram does not show right speed. HMMMM Please have a look at my CPU-Z validation which shows you my current sys specs.
Why are both my ram sticks under clocked, it is meant to be 800MHz?;)
CPU-Z Validation >>> http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1895577
Mobo Info >>>>>>>> ...
Hardware & Devices
Show Speed When Moving Files I move files around from drive to drive quite a bit and am always curious as to the speed at which Windows is moving them. So I always end up clicking the "More Details" arrow when the "moving" box is up.
Is there a way to turn that on permanently so that I can always see the speed at which...
Performance & Maintenance
What's your typing speed? Since we have to make a log of every call and whatever we speak with the customer, my job requires a typing speed of 25-30 WPM. I have been working in call centers for 3 yrs now and my speed has gone upto 50 WPM. :geek:
What's yours like? ;)