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Acer Aspire ZC-700G - all in one desktop

I never owned an all in one. It looks like a notebook w/o a moveable lid. Is it inside like a laptop?
Intel Celeron N3150 Processor, 1.60 GHz. (this is my concern)
My needs are STREAMING, and multiple windows + maybe a spreadsheet and or word.
will this meet my needs? it will need a memory upgrade probably it only comes with 4 GB but upgradeable to 8.

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Should do that fine. Why?
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SSD

Do you mean replace the HD with a SSD? or can one be added in addition to...?

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My 500GB SSD

Was only 100USD and made added far more performance than more RAM.

As to adding, I think you should find a YouTube about changing out the HDD. In that you can see if there's a spot for the old HDD.

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Thank you.

I expect you are referring to speed, I was concerned about actual mem use/need & avail. to system.
But I guess those are a good advantage.
Some machines have both drives which I thought was a good idea.
Thank you.

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Speed as in boot times, app launch speed, etc.

For example my oldest laptop got SSD. The boot time was over 5 minutes so the laptop was a 2006 Dell e1505 Inspiron with 2GB RAM. The SSD is a cheap 120GB.

Boot time and getting a google response from cold is now 33 seconds.

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