[access-uk] Re: Laptop Memory& Chip spec

Hi Dave,

The more access technology you are intending  to  use on your laptop the
more memory it needs so I'd say if you can get 4 gig get it. It'll be
very good for your system!

As for windows Vista. I am not sure whether the altest version of j-say
will work with vista at the moment. That'd be worth to check in
beforehand. I've been told that in order to run j-say without
complications you need all exact versions of jaws and windows etc.

I hope that helps
Madleen  

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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
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Sent: 02 October 2008 12:01
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Laptop Memory& Chip spec


Hi All,

I am currently investigating the replacement of my desktop with a
Notebook pc.
My desktop has a 3.2 Gigahertz, dual core chip and 2 Gigabytes of RAM,
The highest spec of Notebook is 2.4 Gigahertz, dual core chip and 4
Gigabytes of RAM, and the next lower spec has the same chip, but 2
Gigabytes of RAM.

I am using JAWS, J-Say and running Windows XP Pro.  Next year my company
may roll out Windows Vista.
Considering I use a number of memory hungry applications, should I
insist on the 4 Gigabytes of RAM, or is 2 Gigabytes sufficient.

Thanks in advance

Dave Ankers

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