locked Re: First question
Isn't it worth also looking about the processor?toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
If a 2.4Ghz would do a lot rather than anything like a 1.5Ghz.
But I'm afraid about the cost of it.
Still, it is always better to look for the best option near to our budget, and if there is anything better to lift it for little more considering the long time use.
Because machines tent to slow down when time passes. And it will be a real pain at that time.
Excuses leads to failure!””
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Monte Single
Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2022 9:59 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] First question
8 gig will work fine, 16 is good.
Anything more than 16 gig of ram is a waste of money unless you are doing audio/video editing.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Harry Spencer
Sent: July 25, 2022 8:26 PM
Subject: [nvda] First question
Hello. I've been lurking on this list for a couple of months and have learned a lot. I have an immediate problem. My 10-year-old Toshiba laptop died a couple of days ago.
I want to buy an inexpensive laptop as an replacement, but nothing fancy, just Windows 10 or 11 with Thunderbird and MS Word and latest NVDA. Mostly, I use a laptop for a backup for my desktop PC and word processing.
In the past, I heard that JAWS and other screenreaders need lots of RAM,
8 GB or more. All the cheap laptops I'm looking at start at 4GB RAM. Is that enough for NVDA?
Any suggesstions on me buying a cheap backup laptop functional with NVDA will b very much appreciated.