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Hi @jakeryan1 ,
-Have you checked what programs are loaded at startup by both laptops? Go to Task Manager > Startup. Just to see if the Acer is loading more which slows the startup for starters and if so also means that it is using more system resources which may be better used for other things.
+Have you checked what programs are loaded at startup by both laptops? Go to Task Manager > Startup. Just to see if the Acer is loading more which slows the startup and if so also means that it is using more system resources which may be better used for other things.
As can be seen [https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Celeron-N3050-vs-Intel-Celeron-1000M/m31154vsm5059|here] the Celeron 1000M (Toshiba) is slightly better than the N3050 (Acer) but a lot also depends on the chipset as it interfaces the CPU with the motherboard
Also, just curious as to what version Win 10 is installed? If it is Win 10 32-bit then only 4 GB of RAM will be recognized, Win 10 64-bit can utilize up to 128GB. Mind you this will apply to both laptops. Go to Task manager > Performance > Memory and on the right side of the page you'll find the amount of memory that is available.
Is the Acer using a 3rd party A/V program (anti virus) at all? If so, have you tried temporarily disabling it to see if performance improves?
Are the latest version [https://www.acer.com/ac/en/GB/content/support-product/6061?b=1|BIOS and chipset drivers] installed]?
There can be lots of reasons why a computer is sluggish. You just have to eliminate them one by one.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: jayeff ,

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Hi @jakeryan1 ,

Have you checked what programs are loaded at startup by both laptops? Go to Task Manager > Startup. Just to see if the Acer is loading more which slows the startup for starters and if so also means that it is using more system resources which may be better used for other things.

As can be seen [https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Celeron-N3050-vs-Intel-Celeron-1000M/m31154vsm5059|here] the Celeron 1000M (Toshiba) is slightly better than the N3050 (Acer) but a lot also depends on the chipset as it interfaces the CPU with the motherboard

Also, just curious as to what version Win 10 is installed? If it is Win 10 32-bit then only 4 GB of RAM will be recognized, Win 10 64-bit can utilize up to 128GB. Mind you this will apply to both laptops. Go to Task manager > Performance > Memory and on the right side of the page you'll find the amount of memory that is available.

Is the Acer using a 3rd party A/V program (anti virus) at all? If so, have you tried temporarily disabling it to see if performance improves?

Are the latest version [https://www.acer.com/ac/en/GB/content/support-product/6061?b=1|BIOS and chipset drivers] installed]?

There can be lots of reasons why a computer is sluggish. You just have to eliminate them one by one.

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