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Blueyz0114

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[FONT=Impact][SIZE=7][COLOR=blue] ;) You guys have helped me on a few problems I've had and I know how smart you all are and would really appreciate your advise. I am going to purchase new laptop and I am considering a celeron processor. Can you guys tell me (in simple terms please) :thumbsup: .... the difference in the pentium and celeron processors besides the price. I surf the web, play a few games (like on the Slingo site) and read E-mail mostly. Any advise? Keep up the good work.....Thank you SOOO much.
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Hi,

follow this link and learn all about it :thumbsup:

;) http://computer.hows...question268.htm

Everything is explained very well and in easy lingo.

The main difference lies in the Cache memory. Celeron processors have about half the amount of cache then the regular pentium ones. This can influence the performance of you pc. I think you can go for a celeron processor, no problem.

cheers :tazz:
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;) Thank you soooo much for your time. I will read the link. Have a nice day. :tazz:
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no problem, glad to be of service ;) hope the link helps :tazz:

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For web surfing, email, and using Office applications a Celeron will perform just fine. :tazz:

If you play modern 3D games, encode audio/video, or often multi-task (run more than one program) the Pentium will perform better.
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