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Dell Inspirion 3593 i3 10th Generation is very slow..

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Dell Inspirion 3593 i3 10th Generation is very slow..

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If this is the version that comes with 4G RAM and a spinning hard drive (vs. an SSD), it will not be a high performer.  Running Windows 10 in 4 G and using a spinning drive requires patience.

 

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If this is the version that comes with 4G RAM and a spinning hard drive (vs. an SSD), it will not be a high performer.  Running Windows 10 in 4 G and using a spinning drive requires patience.

 

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Hi there, In that case, shall I upgrade from existing 4 GB to 16 GB RAM. Or share I install another 16 GB next to the 4 GB slot in the laptop. Please advise. 

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Depending on what you use the computer for, I would recommend upgrading the memory to at least 8 GB. Upgrade the memory modules in pairs (same brand, model, size & speed) to avoid any possible performance or stabilization issues. 16 GB is the max for this system, so if you want to max out the memory, buy a pair of two 8 GB modules and replace the existing 4 GB one that was shipped with the system. Dell Inspiron 3593 Memory Specifications.

If your computer has a hard disk drive, I would also recommend upgrading it to a SSD drive to help improve performance. Your model can support a M.2 NVMe SSD up to 1 TB, which will drastically decrease loading times and improve multitasking. Dell Inspiron 3593 Storage Specifications.

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My wife's 2014 yr, Dell 3542, i3, 4th Gen, 4GB Ram, 500 GB HD, is running pretty fast.   Her's does  NOT have an AC card either, for our faster internet connection/speed. 

I might suggest clearing all your cache, history, search....etc.  Then perform, "Disk Cleanup, with its 3 parts.  Then restart computer and come back and do it again.  Next is to perform, "Defragment and Optimize Drive."

This is my suggestion.........What does "SLOW," mean to you? My wife's Dell moves along pretty well.  It was originally mine and also current w Win 10, ver 2004.  Her pages load pretty quick by my standards and I would use daily.  

Good luck for what you mean slow...


Inspiron 7572 15\8th Gen\i5\8GB Ram\256 SSD\Intel 620 & Nvidia MX150 4GB [1-3-19]
Acer Spin 1 11.6, 32GB SSD[2017], Asus 11.6, 64GB SSD[2018], Toshiba Satellite 11.6, 500GB[2015]
All w Win 10 ver 2004, OS 19041.572
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