Best answer: Super easy. There are 2 slots--currently there are two 4GB sticks in them. All you do is unscrew the back panel (two small philips screws), pull the old sticks out and put the new sticks in, and start up the computer, which instantly recognizes the new memory. You need 260-pin sticks-- I used my Best Buy rewards to go toward 2 sticks of Crucial 2.133GHz DRR4 (model CT8G4SFS8213).
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Best answer: No, new windows machines do not include a recovery disk, but you can purchase a flashdrive and use it to create something called "recovery media" which is essentially the new version of the same thing for Windows 10. The process is pretty simple and a quick search for "How to Create Recovery Media" should yield a thorough walkthrough of the process.