RAM – How Much Do I Need

RAM ( Random Access Memory) , the CPU ( central processing unit ) and the hard drive – much prefer a solid state drive are the integral parts of having a computer running quickly and efficiently. Windows should now have a minimum of 8GB of RAM to run efficiently with multiple programs running and for a smooth experience – 16GB of RAM Macs again 8GB of RAM is a minimum If you are upgrading a computer from Windows 7 to Windows 10 make sure it has again at least 8GB of RAM

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iPhone Battery Tips – RAM – Do You Have Enough – Passwords – What Are The Worst

iPhone Battery Life Issues Here are some tips if you are having issues with your iPhone battery You may need a new battery , book in at the Genius bar Change the brightness on your phone , brightness drains the phone more than any other feature See whats training your battery:Settings > General > Usage > Battery Usage Turn off location services and turn off Share my location :Settings > Privacy > Location Services > Share My Location If you are not using wifi – turn it off Turn off notifications Settings > Notifications Manually check your email and turn off this feature by going to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Fetch New Data. Restart / reset your device at least once a week RAM – random access memory Some computers – laptops / desktops – have been made with insufficient ram so when opening multiple programs or when… Read More

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RAM is what you need

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RAM ( Random Access Memory) along with the CPU ( central processing unit ) are the integral parts of having a computer running quickly and efficiently.

Windows should now have a minimum of 2GB of ram to run efficiently with multiple programs running but you will notice a difference installing 4GB of ram.

Windows 32bit systems ,which most will be on unless you have bought a new machine recently where Windows 64bit is getting more common place now will only use 3GB of ram.

Windows 64bit systems recognise and use RAM from 3GB and up.

So why do i say install 4GB of Ram ?

RAM comes in pairs and the best way to buy is in 2 GB sticks hence the 4GB even though remember Windows 32bit  will only recognise the 3GB

The real performance boost I notice is when a Windows XP machine goes from 512MB of ram to 2 GB of ram or in a Vista machine when installing the 4GB.

Windows 7 runs exceptionally well with the 4GB of RAM.

For the extra money , $150 on average it will make all the difference.

The same applies for Mac's with most sold with a minimum of 2GB installed but Macbook Pro's run well with at least 4GB in them.( Check your model if you have an earlier Macbook Pro as earlier models do not except more than 2GB of RAM )

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