How much Ram is enough.

Question

I'm new to this......my computer is very slow....32mb of

memory. I'm told, I can add more memory, but I'd like to know

how much is too much? How much would be sufficient

for a machine that is used to browse and read e-mail?

Answer

This question was answered on December 3, 2001. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

I see you have 32mb of RAM that really slows down your system But I don't know what kind of motherboard you have and how many memory slots you have So I am assuming that you can have up to 64mb to 96mb max of memory Adding new memory is not that hard and having too much is only limited to the amount your motherboard can handle More memory will increase your browsing speed on the internet as you will surely see, but the sufficent amount of memory for your system might be 64 or 96mb of RAM.

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Posted by Eugene of Chandler-Gilbert Community College on December 3, 2001