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Old 01-13-2020, 04:38 PM   #1
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Will Windows 10 work in my desk top computer?


Intel Core i7-2600 [email protected]
Ram-16GB type-DDR3 DC
Hard disk space-20GB for 64 bit OS
Graphics card-AMD Unified-8.921.5.6000 RevA 137.0MB
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I can't see why not with the exception of your HDD capacity. It can't really be a 20GB drive on a machine with an i7 CPU, can it?

Heaven knows the CPU and RAM are way more than adequate and I've had no issues with Windows 10 and AMD graphics cards.
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Does 914GB with 794GB available sound right?
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Does 914GB with 794GB available sound right?
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Does 914GB with 794GB available sound right?
Yes, and with that information the answer to your original query is unquestionably yes.
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Thank you.
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I see you're using a HP Pavilion HPE h8-1280t. Yes it will work fine the last OS that this particular PC used was Windows 8 however the transition to W10 is fine. I have updated a few of those PC's myself it's been about 4 years though. Went flawlessly although I can't account for the newer Windows 10 builds (1909) but it should be just fine.
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