02-11-2018 09:39 AM
You don't bother mentioning the specific model All-in-One, but I looked up this review of Paviliuon 32 All-in-One, and while they mention it being sluggish in the performance tests, they also mentioned:
"Not a performance machine, the Pavilion is meant to be a beautiful bargain, and by that measure it succeeds. Spend more on your main computer, the one you'll use for business-critical tasks. But for a family-room shared computer, what you want is a big screen and a small price tag. For that, this Pavilion delivers."
Here is the link to the review: https://www.computershopper.com/desktops/reviews/hp-pavilion-23/(page)/3#review-body
So basically, with an entry-level PC, there really is no "solution" for low performance.
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02-11-2018 02:12 PM
What is the model-number? That will tell us the speed of the processor, and the amount of RAM.
How long have you had the computer?
Have you used the "Reset my PC" function in Windows 10 to install a "fresh" copy of Windows 10, i.e., to bypass any "corruption" of your current Windows environment?
Has the computer even been virus-infected? (Download the free MalwareBytes software to do a "one-time" scan.)