On Dec 27, 8:04áam, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Of course not. More is more up to a point. Photoshop for sure can get
more RAM in a 4Gbyte environment, though note that it is a 32 bit
program. I think photoshop will use about 3.2Gbytes of RAM under 32
The link above is the roadmap.
I run X64, so I can't speak for the cheap 32 bit vista, but they claim
it does 4G. Note that you need a motherboard capable of loading all
it's resources into the high part of RAM. This is generally called a
For a new machine, you should get 64 bit vista and use 8Gbytes. More
mobos can do 16Gbtyes, but that is getting expensive.
On my 4Gbyte PC (a few years old, so 4G cost money), I have about
1.4Gbytes free. I have Firefox is by far the biggest memory hog
running. Google earth is next.
On Dec 28, 2:04áam, email@example.com wrote:
1.5 years ago, I was assembling a gaming computer. 1GB of RAM was
enough for gaming, in my opinion. But I put 2 GB just in case, as
memory was relatively cheap. I have never used full 2GB of memeory in
my use of the computer yet. I do not run Vista, I have XP.
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