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I have a Stylistic 5032D, running Windows XP

I have a Stylistic 5032D running Windows xp Tablet SP3. 2Gb ram and 1.20GHz processor. I'd like to prolong its life - can I upgrade the processor or anything else to increase power? Thanks Steve

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You can also switch your power settings to performance,
Which wouldn't use the CPU's built in speed step.
Speed step lowers the CPU's clock speed when not in use.

But this also uses more battery since the CPU's continually running at full speed at all times.


Good Luck

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SOURCE: I have a Stylistic 5032D, running Windows XP

Sorry no.

The CPU can't be upgraded as its a Pentium M 753 Ultra Low Voltage/ULV CPU.

Which is soldered directly to the motherboard.
And the max ram is 2gb which you have.
You can try a faster hard drive if currently you have a 5400rpm buy a 7200rpm drive, but this always brings more heat, and heat means lower battery life/time.

Good Luck.

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