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Sunday, October 22, 2017

Guideline for Memory Upgrade

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Guideline for Memory Upgrade
Q. How much memory do i need?
A. These days, when one buy a PC, it's primary intended purpose is for speed and performance especially capable of incredible performance for huge graphic and multimedia application. In order for smooth efficient operation of PC with these new memory hungry softwares, a lot more memory is required. In the past, 8MB or 16 MB or 32MB used to be plenty enough, but with software program increasing in size, 64MB is the least that a Windows based PC would require. Today's PC are being shipped with minimum 64MB and even 128MB installed. If you plan to take advantage of the latest technology developed into new software, you should either choose to upgrade your PC's memory or buy one with at least 64MB or more pre-installed.
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