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    Processor Type

    What does a processor do?

    The processor is your computer’s brain – it’s what makes apps and hardware tick.
    It does all the clever stuff to make your computer work, and tells things like your RAM and storage what they need to do when you use them. You’ll need a powerful processor if you want to run lots of things at once. But for email and web browsing, a less powerful one will do the trick.

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