@zapjb I’d be bored if I retired. As for stocking up, I’m a coupon shopper with a stockpile. I have a year or more of food and supplies on hand all the time. When my sister asked if I had any hand sanitizer I shipped her a couple of containers of sanitizing hand wipes. Last weekend my neighbor needed mayonnaise. I have an annual sale to rotate the stock so most of it is less than a year old but I have cases of toilet paper, Kleenex and Clorox wipes left over from last year’s sale.
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If you are at the point of experimenting, I’d wipe the drive and try a fresh install of Windows 10. I’ve had pretty good results doing so and have had it run pretty decently on an old dual-core AMD processor with 3GB RAM. I did use a small SSD however which did add some speed over a mechanical HD.
I was thinking the same thing… after reformatting. However, I’d first swap out the hard drive with one from a correctly functioning PC to first confirm/isolate whether the issue is with the hard drive/software. If a known working drive also runs super slow in the factory rebuilt HP, reformatting the drive and reinstalling the OS probably won’t do anything since there’s likely a hardware issue elsewhere.