Discussion What's the oldest and/or cheesiest system you have Win 10 installed on?

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punkncat

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It booted w10 installer from usb on that PC. It works fine.

It doesnt have a hdd tho.

The newer 775 system has windows 10 on it sonce i found a dying sata hdd in my stash
I am using a Dell of a similar time frame as the hard wire computer to access router at my relatives place. It's the single core 3ghz model Pentium. Literally only used to wake the internet connection back up from time to time. Runs 10....I won't say "fine", but it's operational if you have the time.
 
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Mine is a 2009 era Toshiba Satellite L305-S5955
Celeron 900, 2.2GHz, 2GB RAM, 250GB HDD.

The only upgrade from stock was a warranty replacement of the original 160GB HDD to the current 250GB.
Currently v1903, Build 18362.295


https://www.cnet.com/products/toshiba-satellite-l305-s5955/specs/
https://www.cnet.com/reviews/toshiba-satellite-l305-s5955-review/
https://www.notebookcheck.net/Toshiba-Satellite-L305-S5955.19142.0.html
hp pavilion dv6700
and was pretty good till one windows update happened in the last 3 years it was a bigg one
 

ned0cromwell

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I run W-10 on a homebuilt system using an Intel Desktop Board D945GCLF2 having a dual-core Atom 330 chip onboard with 2Gb memory and a Sandisk 120GB SSD.
Its tolerably slow but I use it sparingly. Also multiboots several Linuces.
 

ned0cromwell

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I run W-10 on a homebuilt system using an Intel Desktop Board D945GCLF2 having a dual-core Atom 330 chip onboard with 2Gb memory and a Sandisk 120GB SSD.

Its tolerably slow but I use it sparingly. Also multiboots several Linuces. I use Linux & BSD at day job, and only use W-10 on this box when I need a M$ app. My real W-10 box is an ACER Aspire with a Haswell i7-4790K, 12GB mem and a 2TB WD drive.
 

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