I would imagine it would be fairly snappy for most lightweight desktop uses. I don't know about that exact box, but similar devices are pretty useful. I have been running Lubuntu and variants thereof (Peppermint 6, LXLE) and could do plenty of things, including running an older version of SketchUp
3D drawing without any issues. I used it on both the N3150 Braswell and J1900 Bay Trail without issues. With Windows it should be fairly happy with that much RAM and an SSD. Once you get all of the newer graphics drivers from Windows Update it should run smooth.
The only downside I see with that box would be the single memory slot, but dual channel memory seems to be more noticeable in graphics performance than CPU with these devices. That's just been my observation and I haven't done any specific testing on it yet. It looks like that box has ample USB 3.0 ports which is really nice. I just grabbed an adapter to make use of my internal header and leave a USB thumb drive connected for some extra storage. It's pretty amazing all the stuff they can cram in there at an affordable price and not spew out kilowatts of heat.