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12 Jan 2012  

Windows 7

I'd add that the reason why speed does not depend only no RAM is additional system variables (and potential bottlenecks) such as CPU, graphics card, and speed of HDD. You need to confirm where the sluggishness is occurring from first (i.e. if your CPU is constantly at close to 100% and your RAM is just half-way used - you do not need a RAM upgrade, rather could be thinking of a better processor and so on).
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