Originally Posted by CWatkinsNash
"What the world needs now is RAM, more RAM
It's the only thing that there's just too little of..."
My desktop has 8Gb. That's sufficient for anything I've thrown at it, but if I could put more in it, I probably would.
RAM is cheap these days compared to other upgrades.
My rant o' the morn - toilet paper commercials. I love the ones with the cartoon bears, but I don't like any where humans are talking about "the feel of clean" because, frankly, TMI. Those commercials kind of squick me out.
Actually, I have 8Gb as well, with 2Gb sitting in a box waiting to be installed, if I can be bothered. As you say, memory is cheap and it makes a big difference to performance. The only problem was that when I bought the additional 8Gb I didn't realise that 32 bit Windows only "sees" a maximum of 3Gb, which is why I decided to move up to 64 bit, which has a proper memory handling capability. And I can see the difference