Dell -Inspiron 15.6" Touch-Screen,7th Generation Intel Core i5 - 8GB RAM - 2TB Hard Drive - Black
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- 7th Gen Intel Core i5-7200U Dual-Core mobile processor; Intel HD Graphics 620
- 8GB system memory for advanced multitasking, 2TB hard drive for ample file storage space
- 15.6" HD 1366x768 touch screen for hands-on control; Built-in HD webcam with microphone;
- Bluetooth 4.0 interface syncs with compatible devices; 2x USB 3.0 ports, 1xUSB 2.0;
- Windows 10 operating system, Weighs 5.07 lbs. and measures 0.9" thin
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There was A LOT of bloatware on this laptop. Delete all dell applications, and anything else you might not use it for. Took about 30 minutes and now this things is firing on all cylinders! Great for what I needed it for
The evident build quality is obviously poor.
Like other reviewers noted, it comes loaded with all kinds of bloatware, and with an old version of Windows 10.
It took about a day of downloading Windows 10 updates before I was even allowed to see the system and hard drive, in order to verify it was the computer I ordered. Then there was another day of cleaning out the Dellware. BTW, forget it if you do not connect to the internet by cable. The WiFi Windows 10 update did not work at all.
I suppose if the cost of the computer is cheaper due to the bloatware, you could make arguments that it is OK. But if you want to just buy a computer and use it right away, don't get this thing.
For instance, it comes with McAfee antivirus. It only took two days before I was getting pop ups for an expensive monthly subscription to McAfee, or "be unprotected". It took me quite a while to figure out how to remove McAfee and start up the free Windows Defender.
Even after a lot of effort on my part, the computer is still infected with Dell software, and I expect I will never quite delete all of it. Little windows keep popping up asking me how I feel about Dell service, for instance. It is very difficult to know which program from Dell is needed for something essential like mouse support, and which one is basically Dell spyware.
The hardware side of things is no picnic.
The thing re-boots itself once or twice a day for no apparent reason, and then starts up YouTube and plays the last YouTube video I have watched. So in the middle of the night YouTube starts playing, and I have to unlock the screen in order to turn it off.
After it self re-boots the touch screen feature often will not function. A re-boot will not bring back the touch screen, but so far a complete shut down and re-start will fix it.
The touch screen, when it does function, feels crude.
The speed of the computer is adequate for the price. And the screen viewing angle is also adequate.
But the case and keyboard feel like a cheap disposable toy.
Obviously, I cannot recommend this, but I am lost as to what else I might choose. From what I can see, the other manufacturers are all just as cheesy.
Update - after 3 or so weeks. The computer has been stable and works as it should. The initial setup was a grind. But it has not re-booted itself for the last 3 weeks, and the touchscreen is functioning.