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The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC and theeMMC. The RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM, since many of them were released when Win8.1 with Bing was a thing due to the requirements for the discounted license at the time (less then 4GB of RAM and no more then 32GB of onboard storage)RAM.
The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC and theeMMC. The RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM, since many of them were released when Win8.1 with Bing was a thing due to the requirements for the discounted license at the time (less then 4GB of RAM and no more then 32GB of onboard storage)RAM.
 
YouThe problem with these is they’re 8.1 with Bing systems and they have special requirements in terms of specs that Microsoft expects to get the discounted licence. They need to have 32GB or less for storage (type doesn’t matter, but most use eMMC) and less then 4GB of RAM (most use 2GB to be safe). You will need a laptop with an actual upgrade path if you want to be able to upgrade anything.
YouThe problem with these is they’re 8.1 with Bing systems and they have special requirements in terms of specs that Microsoft expects to get the discounted licence. They need to have 32GB or less for storage (type doesn’t matter, but most use eMMC) and less then 4GB of RAM (most use 2GB to be safe). You will need a laptop with an actual upgrade path if you want to be able to upgrade anything.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Nick ,

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The SSD is soldered as it is eMMC and the RAM is also soldered and most of these only include 2GB of RAM, since many of them were released when Win8.1 with Bing was a thing due to the requirements for the discounted license at the time (less then 4GB of RAM and no more then 32GB of onboard storage).

You will need a laptop with an actual upgrade path if you want to be able to upgrade anything.

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