Re: Question about RAM, or is RAM the problem?
On Fri, 29 Jun 2007 12:32:01 -0700, HOD
> hi guys, i was trying to upgrade my RAM situation and recently purchased and
> installed 1024MB (now i have 1982MB) but i am not really noticing a
You often hear people saying that more memory is better, but that's
true only up to a point. Beyond that point, more memory doesn't hurt,
but it doesn't help either. More memory helps only when what you are
running causes you to use the page file instead of RAM. If you're in
that situation, adding RAM reduces (or eliminates) page file use, and
speeds up performance. If you're not in that situation, the RAM does
next to nothing for you.
Apparently, for your mix of applications, you were already at the
point where you weren't using the page file.
Should i have purchased a different kind of RAM? or is it that
> Vista is just plain slow? i glanced down the page and noticed alot of
> complaints in that dept... help me...
Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP Windows - Shell/User
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