[access-uk] Re: Memory management in XP

Hi Mike,

Presumably it depends what you want your system to do and what total memory it's got.

I run Rambooster, but it doesn't solve any problems long-term, it seems to me. If I watch the available memory as announced by Rambooster, it makes a difference for a few sexonds, and that might be enough to ease a problem you know you might get in the immediate future. To that extent it's useful.

Did your system slow down when you changed something? Installed a new device or program perhaps?

Vince.



----- Original Message ----- From: "Mike Cassidy" <mike.cassidy@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: [access-uk] Memory management in XP



Hi,

Is it worth running a programme such as ramboost under XP Home? My memory resources seem to be running low, i.e. 384 mb total, and 111 mb available. Or is it time for a memory upgrade?

Thanks for help,

Mike

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