You can run re-activation with new hardware and be good to go. Look here: https://www.windowscentral.com/how-re-activate-windows-10-after-hardware-change
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... I purchase would have to have a 250GB or larger SSD and at least 8GB of RAM.
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I doubt there would be any damage. I've taken my laptop on a 4k-5k mile round trip from NorCal to central Mexico by car without issues. And the roads in Mexico are garbage with tons of potholes and random, unmarked...
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...which is still an expensive techs on PC) 2. Ultra-fast SSD 's, which will affect game designs. Many people said that graphics...
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... of drives in laptops today are HHD and SSD . HHD drives are older and use physical platters...
9 Answers · Computers & Internet · 01/05/2020
...graphics card, but your cpu is not upgradable, and you can replace an hdd with ssd in the same way as a laptop by using a USB external SATA-...
4 Answers · Computers & Internet · 22/02/2020
... on ALL delete/move/copy commands but if you have an SSD it generally occurs faster than you can see.
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