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guitarelf

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Bet you all know this one, but here goes. If your computer has a slot or two spare for more ram & you can afford it, GET IT! I've just increased the ram on my Presario 2504EU laptop to almost the max (1GB ) & the difference is very noticeable. Everything loads faster & smoother from start-up to shut-down. :)
 

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It's common knowledge that adding more RAM to a computer is the most cost-effective performance boost that you can get it. (y)
 

Kenny94

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Bill Gates said, "640k (1/2 of a megabyte) ought to be enough for anybody." That was in 1981. 24 years later well,U all know how this has change!
 

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Give it another year and 1024 MB(1 GB) of RAM will be the norm for new computers.
 
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we bougt a celeron 2.4 with 256, i gave up a stick of 128 just so windows would run.
 
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