I happened to google your CPU and found CNET mentioning a mini Lenovo PC. Is this the one your have: Ideacentre 310s Specs - CNET
If interested, here are the Lenovo drivers download page for the Lenovo Ideacentre 310s-o8ASR : desktops and all in ones :: 300 series :: 310s 08asr - US
Seems like your CPU is soldered to the motherboard thus it can't be upgraded. I was trying to see if you can upgrade the CPU until I saw Black Zion post on the CPU Specs.
Yep the 310S. It had version 1511 of Win10 - it must have been sitting around for a while. Interestingly, had yellow exclaimation marks in device manager.
So probably needed some drivers. I put in a SSD and installed version 1703 of Win10 and all seemed fine. I would say Lenovo should have built them with an SSD
instead of WD blue HDD. Perhaps it was intended for cheapskate companies to give to the secretary who spends all day on e-mails.
Interesting that the E2 has AVX2 (I doubt anybody would be number crunching on one) but a Kaby Lake Celeron only gets up to SSE4.