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ladynblu87
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Hp All In One G4900t very slow to do everything

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Hello, I have a HP All In One G4900t and it is very slow. It is slow to do any task. It is to late to take it back. I seen other reviews and they state that their computers are slow as well. Is there a way to speed this up? It is causing issues especially when I take my quizzes online.

 

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@ladynblu87, welcome to the Community.

 

I am not certain there is much that you can do to create more speed with your computer other than a couple of upgrades.  The processor and memory are minimum requirements for Windows 10.  Here is a guide that may help speed up the computer: https://www.techradar.com/how-to/how-to-speed-up-windows-10

 

Here is one of the statements that verify what I said about the components in your computer:

 

"Knowing how to speed up Windows 10 will definitely come in handy in the future. Windows 10 may be the most efficiently-coded operating system from Microsoft, but that doesn’t mean that there won’t come a time when it could slow down. It has many features that require large amounts of system resources, after all. That’s on top of bloatware, temporary files and less powerful hardware that also help cause your computer to slow down."

 

Don't worry about any of the ads in the article unless you want to buy one of the programs.  I don't believe they will help you.

 

Read the article and try the things that they recommend to see if they help the speed.  If all else fails, you may have to do a System Recovery.  Installing an uninstalling apps can cause residual data to build up in the system.  A System Recovery will remove all of it and normally make the computer run faster.

 

Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.



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