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01 Mar 2011   #11

Win7 Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by logicearth View Post
No it will not run faster unless you require applications that demand more memory...
I've been running on 2 GBs since 2007, had XP, Vista, and now 7 on this very same computer without issue.
With all due respect logicearth, you make me laugh. Why? Because you sound very comfortable, contended with what you have.

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01 Mar 2011   #12

Windows 10 Pro (x64)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by C32C3 View Post
With all due respect logicearth, you make me laugh. Why? Because you sound very comfortable, contended with what you have.
I do? Well I am even tho I want more. But this computer I have cannot go beyond 2 GB so I have to be content with what I have. Until I get to building my new computer. However, from mer personal experience, trying to save RAM for a rainy day is a waste.
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