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Old 01-20-2005, 09:04 AM   #1
NomadABC
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Fedora Three Memory Requirements


Built an "old" machine before Xmas and have been using Fedora three since. I have found that opening new items of software takes ages. Am I right in assuming this is because of the paltry amount of memory I have (160meg) and is it likely to get MUCH better if I drop in an additional 256meg?

Compared to Windows XP on the same rig, it probably takes about 5 times longer to open, say, Firefox or Thunderbird.
 
  


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