My wife’s Compaq 15-S108NA laptop from a few years ago was getting a little slow around the edges, it took Windows 10 fine and has upgraded to every edition released with no problems, it runs Office 2016, OneDrive, Chrome, all the usual uses for a general day-to-day laptop but can be slow to boot and for apps to load.
Time to upgrade to an SSD.
I both love and hate this game, the idea is great a large map that slowly shrinks over time with a group of players who just want to be the last man standing (or squad), weapons, protection and vehicles are scattered around – what more could you need?
Originally a PC based game, this has been ported onto consoles and mobile devices and I’m lucky enough to be able to play this on both the Xbox One and an iPad…….or am I?
Yes it’s been a silent few months recently, but this is down to buying a house, all the work before moving in and then moving in and all the bits since then!
During this time I did however get to play with a few gadgets which of course I’ll be putting reviews up shortly. These include –
- Belling Range Cooker
- Bosch Jigsaw
- Mitre Saw
- Table Saw
- Music Magpie
- Samsung Fridge Freezer
- Silverline Electric Wood Planer
So new reviews will be forth coming and I’ll be once again available for product reviews. (Sorry to everyone who has approached me, but I wouldn’t have been able to fully review your products).
This is a quick guide for installing Windows 10 onto an existing system after hardware changes (Such as after installing an SSD in a Lenovo IdeaPad 110S – Storage Upgrade ).
The basic installation applies to most laptops/PCs where you want to install Windows 10.
You will need the following –
- Your device!
- A Laptop or PC where you can install the Windows image creator.
- USB Key of at least 8GB in size
- Internet Connection