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Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
If you’re going to install an SSD don’t bother with readyboost as it was designed to help improve performance with slower HDDs (<7200 rpm) when the HDD would act as extra RAM when there wasn’t enough physical RAM installed.
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and if it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader function to use for anything else, if you need it quickly.
 
You could also use a USB flashdriveflashdrive instead of a SD card, but I think that it would physically get in the way if left in, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card specs and the card reader specs
You could also use a USB flashdriveflashdrive instead of a SD card, but I think that it would physically get in the way if left in, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card specs and the card reader specs
 
Worth a try at least

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編集者: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
If you’re going to install an SSD don’t bother with readyboost as it was designed to help improve performance with slower HDDs (<7200 rpm) when the HDD would act as extra RAM when there wasn’t enough physical RAM installed.
If you’re going to install an SSD don’t bother with readyboost as it was designed to help improve performance with slower HDDs (<7200 rpm) when the HDD would act as extra RAM when there wasn’t enough physical RAM installed.
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and if it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader function to use for anything else, if you need it quickly.
 
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the way if left in, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader specs
 
Worth a try at least

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編集者: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
If you’re going to install an SSD don’t bother with readyboost as it was designed to help improve performance with slower HDDs wherewhen the HDD would act as extra RAM when there wasn’t enough physical RAM
If you’re going to install an SSD don’t bother with readyboost as it was designed to help improve performance with slower HDDs wherewhen the HDD would act as extra RAM when there wasn’t enough physical RAM
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and if it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader function to use for anything else, if you need it quickly.
 
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the way if left in, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader specs
 
Worth a try at least

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編集者: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
If you’re going to install an SSD don’t bother with readyboost as it was designed to help improve performance with slower HDDs where the HDD would act as extra RAM when there wasn’t enough physical RAM
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and if it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader function to use for anything else, if you need it quickly.
 
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the way if left in, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader specs
 
Worth a try at least

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and if it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and if it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader function to use for anything else, if you need it quickly.
 
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the way if left in, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader specs
 
Worth a try at least

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and if it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and if it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader function to use for anything else, if you need it quickly.
 
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the way if left in, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader specs
 
Worth a try at least

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader function to use for anything else, if you need it quickly.
 
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the wayway if left in, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader specs
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the wayway if left in, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader specs
 
Worth a try at least

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and it it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and it it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader function to use for anything else, if you need it quickly.
 
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the way, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader specs
 
Worth a try at least

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and it it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and it it does improve performance, leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader function to use for anything else, if you need it at the timequickly.
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader function to use for anything else, if you need it at the timequickly.
 
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the way, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader specs
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the way, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader specs
 
Worth a try at least

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Of course then you’ve lost the card reader to use for anything else, if you need it at the time
 
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the way, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader
 
Worth a try at least

ステータス:

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
You could also use a USB flashdrive, but I think that it would physically get in the way, but it may be “faster” than a SD card depending on the SD card and the card reader
 
Worth a try at least

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi,
 
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but depending on the speed of the HDD you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.
 
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card as extra “RAM” and leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.
 
Worth a try at least

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オリジナル投稿者: jayeff ,

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Hi,

Don’t know if this will improve the performance or not but you could try using Win 10’s [https://fossbytes.com/how-to-speed-up-windows-using-readyboost-usb-drive/|readyboost] feature and see if that helps at all.

The laptop has a card reader so you could try an inserting a 4GB SD card and leaving it permanently in there, as it is would be unobtrusive and out of the way.

Worth a try at least

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