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Hi,
 
The following is just my personal opinion.
 
1. If you don't like Win 10 then stick with Win 7.
 
Win 10 is the result of all the improvements that were first attempted with the introduction of Win 8. Most of the problems in Win 8 were resolved and Win 10 is the result. It also has better built in security than any previous Win OS. You need also to bear in mind that support for Win 7 ends in 2020, Win 8.1 ends in 2023 and for Win 10 it is 2025.
 
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13853/windows-lifecycle-fact-sheet
 
2. Installing a SSD will definitely improve the performance of any PC. Use the SSD for the OSs and a large capacity HDD for storage.
 
3. With regard to all the other suggested performance improvements by hardware upgrades, it becomes a cost''cost /benefit decisiondecision''. Is it better to spend the money on hardware which pushes the motherboard to its limits and which in the end may cost nearly as much as a new laptop which has better performance and features or buy the new laptop. Ultimately it all comes back to the motherboard and what it can ''stably'' support. It will become too frustrating if it is pushed too far and is not running smoothly just so that the performance is fractionally better.
3. With regard to all the other suggested performance improvements by hardware upgrades, it becomes a cost''cost /benefit decisiondecision''. Is it better to spend the money on hardware which pushes the motherboard to its limits and which in the end may cost nearly as much as a new laptop which has better performance and features or buy the new laptop. Ultimately it all comes back to the motherboard and what it can ''stably'' support. It will become too frustrating if it is pushed too far and is not running smoothly just so that the performance is fractionally better.
 
You probably already have this but here is a link to the service manual for your laptop which you may find useful.
 
http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_laptop/esuprt_alienware_laptops/alienware-m15x_service%20manual_en-us.pdf

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Hi,
 
The following is just my personal opinion and not in any orderopinion.
The following is just my personal opinion and not in any orderopinion.
 
1. If you don't like Win 10 then stick with Win 7.
 
Win 10 is the result of all the improvements that were first attempted with the introduction of Win 8. Most of the problems in Win 8 were resolved and Win 10 is the result. It also has better built in security than any previous Win OS. You need also to bear in mind that support for Win 7 ends in 2020, Win 8.1 ends in 2023 and for Win 10 it is 2025.
 
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13853/windows-lifecycle-fact-sheet
 
2. Installing a SSD will definitely improve the performance of any PC. Use the SSD for the OSs and a large capacity HDD for storage.
 
3. With regard to all the other suggested performance improvements by hardware upgrades, it becomes a cost /benefit decision. Is it better to spend the money on hardware which pushes the motherboard to its limits and which in the end may cost nearly as much as a new laptop which has better performance and features or buy the new laptop. Ultimately it all comes back to the motherboard and what it can ''stably'' support. It will become too frustrating if it is pushed too far and is not running smoothly just so that the performance is fractionally better.
 
You probably already have this but here is a link to the service manual for your laptop which you may find useful.
 
http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_laptop/esuprt_alienware_laptops/alienware-m15x_service%20manual_en-us.pdf

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编辑: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
The following is just my personal opinion and not in any order.
 
1. If you don't like Win 10 then stick with Win 7.
 
Win 10 is the result of all the improvements that were first attempted with the introduction of Win 8. Most of the problems in Win 8 were resolved and Win 10 is the result. It also has better built in security than any previous Win OS. You need also to bear in mind that support for Win 7 ends in 2020, Win 8.1 ends in 2023 and for Win 10 it is 2025.
 
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13853/windows-lifecycle-fact-sheet
 
2. Installing a SSD will definitely improve the performance of any PC. Use the SSD for the OSs and a large capacity HDD for storage.
 
3. With regard to all the other suggested performance improvements by hardware upgrades, it becomes a cost /benefit decision. Is it better to upgrade a lot of individual componentsspend the money on hardware which pushes the motherboard to its limits and which in the end may cost nearly as much as a whole new laptop which has better performance and features or spendbuy the money on hardware which pushes the motherboard to its limits. Ultimatelynew laptop. Ultimately it all comes back to the motherboard and what it can ''stably'' support. It will become too frustrating if it is pushed too far and is not running smoothly just so that the performance is fractionally better.
3. With regard to all the other suggested performance improvements by hardware upgrades, it becomes a cost /benefit decision. Is it better to upgrade a lot of individual componentsspend the money on hardware which pushes the motherboard to its limits and which in the end may cost nearly as much as a whole new laptop which has better performance and features or spendbuy the money on hardware which pushes the motherboard to its limits. Ultimatelynew laptop. Ultimately it all comes back to the motherboard and what it can ''stably'' support. It will become too frustrating if it is pushed too far and is not running smoothly just so that the performance is fractionally better.
 
You probably already have this but here is a link to the service manual for your laptop which you may find useful.
 
http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_laptop/esuprt_alienware_laptops/alienware-m15x_service%20manual_en-us.pdf

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Hi,

The following is just my personal opinion and not in any order.

1. If you don't like Win 10 then stick with Win 7.

Win 10 is the result of all the improvements that were first attempted with the introduction of Win 8. Most of the problems in Win 8 were resolved and Win 10 is the result. It also has better built in security than any previous Win OS. You need also to bear in mind that support for Win 7 ends in 2020, Win 8.1 ends in 2023 and for Win 10 it is 2025.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13853/windows-lifecycle-fact-sheet

2. Installing a SSD will definitely improve the performance of any PC. Use the SSD for the OSs and a large capacity HDD for storage.

3. With regard to all the other suggested performance improvements by hardware upgrades, it becomes a cost /benefit  decision. Is it better to upgrade a lot of individual components which in the end may cost nearly as much as a whole new  laptop which has better performance and features or spend the money on hardware which pushes the motherboard to its limits.  Ultimately it all comes back to the motherboard and what it can ''stably'' support. It will become too frustrating if it is pushed too far and is not running smoothly just so that the performance is fractionally better.

You  probably already have this but here is a link to the service manual for your laptop which you may find useful.

http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_laptop/esuprt_alienware_laptops/alienware-m15x_service%20manual_en-us.pdf

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