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208 GiT BPS
CCleaner is all you really need - and keep it nice and crap free with downloads.
If you can boot into Windows 10, open the new Settings app (the cog icon in the Start menu), then click on Update & Security. Click on Recovery, and then you can use the 'Reset this PC' option. This will give you the choice of whether to keep your files and programs or not.
That should ‘reinstall’ windows and sort your problem if it’s software related, plus you keep all your old files.
Yep. You’ll only have space for one drive in your laptop (usually) so when you pop the ssd in, you’ll need to buy a 2.5” usb hard drive caddy from eBay or somewhere. Then you can use that for storage.Seems ok now.
I'm going to get an ssd and use the hdd I have now in place of the CD drive. Will run the OS and a few other programs from the ssd and have all pictures etc on the hdd.
Is that a common thing to do?