Improve microprocessor in a computer

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How do I improve a microprocessor in a computer?


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  • TheRealRaven
    Improve? It's not clear what you mean by "improve"? Normally a processor cannot be 'improved'; it can only be replaced. That would be an upgrade.

    We don't know how you would do that since we don't anything about whatever computer you might be asking about. You'll need to follow any instructions for processor upgrades that the manufacturer provides. If no such instructions can be found by searching in the manufacturer's knowledge base, then general Google searches about processor upgrades for a particular computer model (or for the motherboard) would be appropriate.
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  • ToddN2000
    You might be able to "overclock" the processor like some gaming consoles due to boost performance. This will strain the processor and possibly shorten it's life. You are better off replacing the processor with a new one if you need extra processing power. Just make sure it's compatible with the rest or the hardware.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    The tag is showing "Windows 9", as far as my knowledge there is no release of this version & most probably MS decided to simply skip Windows 9. Also The company didn’t really explain that decision and jumped for Windows 10. Now what does it mean microprocessor improve ! Do you want to check/ increase the speed of computer! More details can make help to get proper replies.
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