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What can I do to increase the speed of my All in one Hp

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I was thinking of upgrading the ram for more speed it’s only 4gigs and it’s slow. What do you guys suggest, the main question is can it even be upgraded, and did I just waste my money lol

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wb2001
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@Player11 

What is the exact model number (what are the "00") or product number.

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Do you mean the product ID? I’m a noob at this, but I did find the the specifications of it. 

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@Player11 

On the unit there is a tag.  The has the info.Then you could explain what the goals are?  An AIO is not a gamer machine. It is for basic services like web browsing, email, and card games.  Examples:

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what speed, not told.

speeds of many things matter what is slow.

and is the oldest and longest topic of all under computer speeds

first question is ,was  it slow new?  see how I ask the first question correctly (speed is a relative term PC to PC and AGE)

what is slow now, does Control panel items operate slowly (put in SSD cured)

do you need more than 4GB of ram IDK but only you can use task manager to see that.

or do you mean only the internet is slow or just one site

or do you mean only one very expensive game is slow?  IDK

why put xx here? 24F0xx?  the PC has sticker and the sticker (service tag) tells all we need to know, do not post serials.

i have no idea at all what you meant by slow. at all.

any PC can be upgraded with SSD and more ram if ram is not full now. (and faster internet ,vast cures)

some of these PC have M.2 SDD drive new in the box, is yours running m.2???? IDK

AIO are the worse, due to non standard parts, (like PSU and all that) DDR and SSD/m.2 are easy.

 

causes of all things slow , besides slam dunk 8GB ram.

infected PC.

too  may things loaded into RAM in  the startup box in task manager.?

is the CPU % at 100 , in task manager.?

or the RAM full (task manager look?")?

is the hdd bad failing smart tests, all HDD go slower as they age, every one does. get a SSD. or m.2, but not told yet.

is the HDD/ssd/m.2 full, ? making the swap files fail?

 

 

 

the spec sheet shows some came with 8GB, (first google hit)

i5-8250U  , no why is this slow.

look here.

https://www.userbenchmark.com/System/HP-All-in-One-24-f0xx/86801

 

see that?

it is no good for gaming, if trying that.

 

when is it fast , or slow both,  not told, If control panel is slow , the M.2 if in fact it is M.2 the PC is infected.

no model told or what options are inside, now, M.2?

NO warranty answers by me.
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*bleep*

PCs are made with vast options, like cars are,

and each as a unique set of model codes (cars use a build sheet)

in fact some PC are sold as CTO , configured to order. and has  unique code for that.

I call that a DAY1, state.

then  there is the fact that any PC can changed and upgraded vast times in 10 years, mine all are.

so in shop (real) the tech simply looks inside, ahh see all those changes, clear as day ...

or he /she runs HWinfo32.exe, (free and safe) to see what is in the box, no screw drivers in hand, amazing no?

why not tell what is show now, and for sure what is not. both if true.

 

if PC was fast before, but not now the top cause is infections. (if a HDD is the boot drive, then that is bad too.)

all HDD go slower as they age, then go dead. all do, by design, (smart tells you why) smart tests.

 

NO warranty answers by me.
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@Player11 

You've been asked questions about what you consider to be SLOW.  Answering those will go a long way to getting useful suggestions from us regarding how to speed up the PC.

 

As to increasing the RAM, 4GB is more than enough for decent performance.  Bumping that up to 8GB will only provide a very minimal increase in performance, probably so little that you will not notice it.  So, if it were mine, I would not spend the money on that.

 

You have already been told about using an SSD -- and that will give you the most performance improvement for the money over adding more RAM.

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