Windows 10: Just updated my HP elitebook 8460P to Windows 10 pro build 1703


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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit build 1703
       04 Jun 2017 #1

    Just updated my HP elitebook 8460P to Windows 10 pro build 1703


    I just upgraded my HP Elitebook 8460p to Windows 10 pro build 1703 on Friday night. It has a 7200 rpm 320GB hdd and 6gb of ram and is a 2.30 GHZ i5 processor. Wondering now if I should change out the hdd to a 160gb ssd drive and wondering if it will make much improvements to performance or if it is more trouble to do seeing as I would have to install the ssd and then reinstall windows 10.
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  2.    04 Jun 2017 #2

    You should be able to use e.g. Macrium reflect (free) to clone your disk even though it's smaller, assuming there is sufficient space on a 160Gb for you.

    There is another method too.

    Note: expect greatest improvement in boot time e.g. 12-13s to login prompt.
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit build 1703
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       04 Jun 2017 #3

    what about overall performance, this computer is pretty fast now but if it can be made faster I'm all for it
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  4.    04 Jun 2017 #4

    That depends entirely use it for. You may notice some improvement in launching programs; if anything you do is disk intensive, that will be faster. For normal email, browsing; no, not by swapping to a SSD.

    You have 6Gb RAM- check how much of that is used. Expanding that might give you better perceived performance, again, depending on what you use PC for. Check your Resource Monitor.
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit build 1703
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       04 Jun 2017 #5

    Looks like there is around 3700gb of available memory so dont look like it using too much memory. Like I said, it is a pretty fast machine the way it is, just if i can make it more lightning fast I will....dont like having to wait .0002 of a second longer than my friends HP Elitebook with an i7 processor but mainly stock as far as memory and hdd for it to open a web page.
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  6.    05 Jun 2017 #6

    So it sounds ok. Just make sure you use disk imaging routinely as we do so if anything goes wrong (other than significant hardware failure) you can recover quickly - even from disk failure - e.g. Macrium Reflect (free) + external storage for image sets.
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