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i read somewhere that windows 7 and layter windows 32 bit versions,
support 4 gb of ram and my windows xp, only supports 3.25 gb of ram.
On 1/14/19, Antony Stone <antony.stone@...> wrote:
If you have a 32-bit version of Windows (no matter whether the machine's
hardware is 32- or 64-bit) then it will not use more than 3Gbytes of RAM.
This tends to give disappointing performance when running a screenreader
alongside other applications, as well as being a waste of money for the
On Monday 14 January 2019 at 12:35:38, Gene wrote:
Isn't there a 32 bit version of Windows 10? What if the machine is a--
Also, what version of Windows is currently being run? You may just have
minor annoyances when Microsoft imposes two full upgrades on you a year.
Microsoft may slow the schedule down but we don't know if it will, but
some people have more annoying problems or even serious ones after an
imposed Microsoft upgrade on occasion. So my question is, why do you
to upgrade? If the reason isn't pressing, you might want to leave things
as they are.
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From: Antony Stone
Sent: Monday, January 14, 2019 5:22 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Want to upgrade computer
1. We don't know what you regard as a "normal Windows 10 user".
2. I would recommend more than 4Gbytes of RAM, and make certain you have
64- bit Windows.
3. See the thread on this list starting Friday 11th entitled "Minimum
for NVDA with Other Intensive Applications".
On Monday 14 January 2019 at 12:16:38, farhan israk wrote:
I want to upgrade my computer. Is core i3 processor and 4gb ram enough
for normal windows 10 user?
Normal people think "If it ain't broke, don't fix it".
Engineers think "If it ain't broke, it doesn't have enough features yet".
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