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    I have a major problem


    Okay, so this is a big problem. I got a windows 10 about a few days ago to play and stream games online. Though, my windows is super laggy when I play games at all. My audio glitches and my fps is always super low. I have no idea how to fix the problem as I've never owned a computer before this. I need a bit of help.
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    You should update your profile with your computer specs so we can see what we're working with here..
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    Oh sure! Sorry. I made this account just for help. But, what are computer specs?
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    Maomiichi said: View Post
    Oh sure! Sorry. I made this account just for help. But, what are computer specs?
    System Specs - Fill in at Ten Forums
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    Thank you! I've done it to my best ability.. but I'm not sure what to do next.
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    Did you buy a retail computer off the shelf? Why don't you start by telling us the make and model such as Dell Inspiron 5676
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    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    Did you buy a retail computer off the shelf? Why don't you start by telling us the make and model such as Dell Inspiron 5676
    the manufacturer seems to be HP, and its a hp notebook!
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    Ok. Well the bad news is that if you have an HP notebook computer with an N3710 processor, it just is not powerful enough to play anything but the simplest of Facebook type games. To be honest, the cell phone I am currently posting this from is many times more powerful than an N3710 based notebook computer.
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    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    Ok. Well the bad news is that if you have an HP notebook computer with an N3710 processor, it just is not powerful enough to play anything but the simplest of Facebook type games. To be honest, the cell phone I am currently posting this from is many times more powerful than an N3710 based notebook computer.
    oh thats sad. is there anyway to change this?
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    What games are you trying to play?
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