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No it is not
May 29, 2014 by Hank the Yukon guy
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I think you'd like this laptop. Ease of use is more an operating system issue than the computer itself. This laptop comes with Windows 7 AND Windows 8 so you have a choice. A lot of people prefer the older Windows 7 environment and that's what's loaded. If you decide to move to Windows 8, the disks are provided for that. The computer itself is well laid out and the touch-pad works well as do the other features like the WiFi. As with any computer, there will be a learning curve, so don't expect to jump in without a little training or help. This laptop would be excellent for school and internet use. Nothing to maintain except the battery (needs a charge ever so often), and the keyboard is shielded so it's less prone to dust & gunk than some models.
Sep 5, 2014 by Bob D
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They are VERY good! I'm very impressed! They are nice and loud. I actually turn my volume down to 80%.
Mar 3, 2014 by Michael D. Willis
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It depends on whether or not this PC has BIOS chip or the new EFI that microsoft machinated for with its forcing the dog Windows 8 on consumers. Beware, they are now pushing to dominate cell phones & Tablets with their sorry highly proprietary Surface OS.
Jun 4, 2014 by J_Onyx
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User Guide tells how to turn it on in W7 (off by default in W7; on by default in W8).
Apr 24, 2014 by Vernon V. Chatman III
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It depends on where you get the unit. Amazon has several sources and at least one of those offers an upgrade to the 7200rpm hard drive. The basic unit comes with a 5200rpm HD. You can upgrade yourself but you need a way to clone the old drive to the upgrade (or you can create a set of recovery disks, and then load them after you make the upgrade). Swapping out the drive is easy.
Sep 3, 2014 by Bob D
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I have not had an issue with this lap top, running light room on it and if it can handle that it will handle just about anything. just a great unit, very happy with it so far
Aug 14, 2014 by Ray
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My computer came from the Laptop Authority. It was sent quickly and arrived when expected. It was packaged well and showed no sign of mishandling. The price was the best I could find at the time. I would certainly recommend this vendor.
Apr 15, 2014 by Randall C.
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No, this model comes only with an HDD. SSD is possible, but you can either upgrade it yourself or order a custom-built system at Lenovo. The reason why you will not find an SSD in standard reseller configurations is because SSD adds up to the cost quite a bit, and this particular series is targeting a lower price audience. Since it doesn't have SSD, there is no TRIM feature either.
May 8, 2014 by Laptop Authority
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All of my old Adobe programs installed fine. (Lightroom 3 ETC) I would ask adobe though. Windows 7 PRO has special features to let you run very old programs. It should work.
Mar 4, 2014 by Michael D. Willis
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