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Operating System - Windows 10 Home Processor - AMD Dual-Core E1-6010 (1.35 GHz, 1 MB cache) Screen s

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  • Operating System - Windows 10 Home
  • Processor - AMD Dual-Core E1-6010 (1.35 GHz, 1 MB cache)
  • Screen size - 19.45" diagonal WLED-backlit (1600 x 900)
  • Memory - 4GB DDR3L-1600 SODIMM (1x4GB) RAM
  • Hard Drive - 500GB 5400 RPM SATA 6G 2.5 HDD
  • Graphics - Radeon™ R2 Graphics
  • brought this from shop and it was brand new when to boot part program was not there and it wouldnt boot and it was slow as anything 
  • took it back to the shop they didnt even want know about wouldnt even refund it exchange nothing paye good money for **bleep**ty pc 
  • not a happy person work hard by something for pleasure and get crap for it 
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Is there an office of the "Better Business Bureau" in your area?

Is that seller a member of B.B.B. ?  If so, they can talk to the seller.

 

Does your local TV station have an "investigative" reporter, who produces news-hour videos about consumers who have been "ripped-off" by a local business?   Often, if the reporter talks to the seller, while researching the story, the seller might suddenly be more accommodating -- not wanting their business to be "featured" on TV.

 

Can you get to the "System Recovery" screen, and "reset" your PC (restore it back to the "factory" settings, by reinstalling Windows 10) ?

 

Note that a dual-core 1.35 Ghz CPU is not the world's fastest processor.

Similar (but more expensive) CPUs can run at 2.7Ghz, i.e., twice as fast, or faster.

Some CPUs are quad-core -- 4 CPUs, which obviously will be less "sluggish".

 

 

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