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Windows 10 Intel Core i5 6th Gen HP 8 GB PC Laptops and Notebooks

For anyone looking for PC laptops and notebooks from HP, there are a number of factors to consider. These include the operating system, the processor type, and the amount of RAM. In all cases, there are tradeoffs you need in order to find the best choice within your existing budget. It's all about matching your purchase to your needs.

Windows 10

The latest Windows operating system enables you to get the most out of your computer. Windows 10 laptops support a wide range of features for better mobile performance. It supports advanced power saving technologies, as well as a native touchscreen interface. In many ways, it is the best laptop operating system Microsoft has yet produced.

Intel Core Processors

The Intel Core processor line features three main models, the Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7. Of the three lines, the i3 is for entry-level computers, while the i5 is the mainstream model, and the i7 is the top performing model. For the majority of users, HP laptops with Core i5 processors meet the sweet spot with all the performance you need for most common uses.

Intel Core Generations

Every Intel generation has introduced some new features. For Windows 10 Intel Core i5 6th generation HP laptops and notebooks the most important new feature is DDR4 memory support. Each generation of DDR memory has brought more bandwidth and lower voltages than its predecessor, giving more data for less power. Moving from the 5th to the 6th generation was a much bigger jump than the later move from the 6th to the 7th generation.

RAM

Just like the i5 processor, 8 GB of RAM is the sweet spot for most home users. It's enough memory for multitasking, but not so much that the price becomes exorbitant. This is enough memory to shift between a web browser with multiple tabs and one or two productivity applications without slowdowns. Most modern operating systems manage memory very efficiently, but having more than the bare minimum means that it doesn't have to work too hard to do it.

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