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Old 01-17-2009, 09:30 PM   #1
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LXer: OpenBSD 4.4 update: Opera fixed, laptop runs great with 768 MB of RAM


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The OpenBSD 4.4-equipped Toshiba Satellite 1100-S101 (circa 2002) is cranking along very nicely. Who knew you could squeeze so much computing goodness out of 1.3 GHz of processing power? In 768 MB of RAM, I'm running tons of apps at once. I can run Opera, OpenOffice, Thunderbird, the GIMP, Pidgin and Firefox and still not swap to disk. I don't think that's so unusual, but usual or not, it's pretty nice. In my world, 768 MB is a lot of RAM, and I'm glad to find out that it's more than enough to do my work.

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