On 08/10/2012 05:53 AM, Tanstaafl wrote:
On 2012-08-08 4:19 PM, webmaster-Kracked_P_P
Sorry, but my Vista laptop maxed out at 3 GB, so I will need to install
Win7 with 3 GB. It was not made for Win7 but almost anything is better
than Vista. I doubt that I will be able to get it to have more memory
than the 3 GB installed, but I will look into it.
I will say though... I consider 1GB to be the *bare minumum* on an XP
box but it will still be sluggish. I couldn't use it with 512MB, it
would drive me to drink.
For XP, I always recommend 2GB, and for 7 (won't touch Vista), minimum
The system came with 512 from the factory. All the systems I dealt with
that had XP from the factory has 512 for ram.
Irrelevant to my point. The fact is, XP is simply a total DOG with
less than 1GB RAM, and is much better with 2GB.
I do not have Win7, but would like to replace my Vista laptop with
Just be sure to get 64bit with at *least* 4GB, but much better would
I want to get that system upgraded in the near future so I can deal with
the Win7 people and their LO needs. It is getting to be a problem not
having a Win7 system for supporting people. I prefer Ubuntu, but most
of my friends use Win7 now. Only one uses Linux.
I really want to keep supporting LO under Windows, so as people buy new
systems with Win7, I am loosing ground with them. One girl bought a
very powerful 17" laptop, just to type notes, play videos, and browse
the Net. She spent three times as much as needed for doing just that
type of "work". I would love such a laptop, but I cannot afford one
like that. At least she is using LO now and not get convinced that she
had to have MSO.
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