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On 01-02-15 18:33, Brian Barker wrote:

As you say, 64 gigabytes is a lot of memory - but it's quite small for a
disk drive. Limited memory will restrict the system's performance, but
stored files take up disk space, not memory. Moving saved files to
external devices can free up disk space but this doesn't affect
performance - unless the disk is almost full, that is. Even a larger
video file makes no demands on memory unless it is actually in use. The
only sense in which unneeded software can affect performance is if it is
secretly loaded at start-up or log-in. Disabling such default behaviour
can be wise - but there is no additional advantage in removing the

You're right, and it is hard to pick the right words these days. I tried to keep it simple and avoid disks space but I meant to say the same. Model T100 is having 2 GB RAM and 32GB data storage (soldered on the board!). That, plus knowing Asus (et al) is putting a lot of crapware on board was the reason to give the advice to get rid of it. Running msconfig is always a nightmare with brands like Asus, Acer,...

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