Janet to us
- Jan 25, 2006
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- Work.... Where else?
Good advice, but an SSD really is only going to benefit the OS boot times. You can of course store stuff as well, but it's an expensive way. If you're only putting in a small HDD, then store everything else on external, then i'd agree whole heartedly.I'm a dell tech, get a SSD drive and replace the conventional one that this laptop has, it doesn't support Nvme drive so fine any 2.5" one... also try and see if you can add more RAM
RAM will be dependent upon what the laptop can take. It may already be maxed at 8GB, motherboard may not support more.
Also he could try the other stuff for free first, before moving to paying for stuff to make it work better.