That computer makes me want to go sit in a corner Indian style and shake back and forth while crying... yes its incredibly outdated. The processor is slow and the architecture is very outdated, the ram is very limited, the hard disk is incredibly small for most needs, and your onboard graphics probably isn't beefy enough to do much more than watch a dvd.
I also want to mention that the celeron series were always really pitiful as far as performance. You really need to get a system that has a multiple core processor, they boost system responsiveness immensely.
You can get 15GB SSD's? I thought the minimum for even caching drives was 30GB. I shudder to think how much storage you actually have after Formatting and a Windows install.
Yep, that is quite old. As others have said, it should be fine for light office usage (Word documents, Internet browsing, etc). But anything more taxing and I wouldn't be surprised if it keeled over and burst into flames (figuratively of course).
Well I notice that it has m, so Im assuming its a laptop, and I would guess a small one. It was designed I'd guess to take with to a coffee shop and surf the web. I bet it still does this well. but anything else its outdated.
This is probably a stupid question but would it be any faster with Linux instead of Windows XP? Would this free up space on the hard disk?
Run Linux with a light weight Desktop, something like LXDE or XFCE
You can use Lubuntu or Xubuntu, both run in under 256 MB RAM.
And yes, you'll save on install space as well, they'll neet around 5 GB space.