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  • RE: Dell Latitude E6530 Review: Business Class Performance

    Boy I agree. I think all brands of computers come with too much pre-installed JUNK! My trick is to burn all of the device drivers to a CD, wipe the machine and install a full non-OEM license of the OS. Then as I find hardware that does not work I install then manually from the Device Manager having the system scan the CD for the device drivers. The
    Posted to Notebooks (Forum) by sirgood on Wed, Aug 22 2012
  • RE: Dell Latitude E6530 Review: Business Class Performance

    The difference in performance that you may be seeing as opposed to the performance they are reporting may be in the choice of hard drive. Their test machine was using a Solid State Hard Drive (SSD) as opposed to the old platter Hard Drives. The boost in performance from going to Solid State is incredible. I used to do Engineering design work on a machine
    Posted to Notebooks (Forum) by sirgood on Wed, Aug 22 2012
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