All RAM is, is to allow more things to run in the background at once. The more RAM you have the more things can be running at the sam time on your MacBook.
hard drive space or computer ram?
XP needs 2 gigs of memory/ Vista needs 4 gigs. If you get less you will regret it.
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I was able to install 1.5 gigs of ram. I tried to upgrade to 2 gigs, but the computer would not recognize it.
It depends on how much memory the games take.
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4 gigs are required in today's world
A computer can have very few gigs and still be fast. What you are looking for is RAM (Random Access Memory)
Hardrives let you store documents and images on your computer. Hardrives often have plenty of gigs
Any computer can do. Should have 4 Gigs of free space and a good amount of RAM. Nothing the average computer cannot handle.
It will depend on the particular version of the MacBook but you could take your pick from: 2.26 GHz 2 GB 250 GB
you play games or return stuff to get NPs you earn them from gigs and other stuff
No, Windows 7 CANNOT be used on any computer. Windows 7 can only be used on computers that have 3 gigabytes (gigs) of RAM.
Is it a large file or is it empty space? Well, it depends on how big your HD is. 1024 megabytes is around 1 gig so you have around 10 gigs there. If you have a 1T (1000 gigs) HD then not really, it's not very large, but if you have a 100 gig HD then yeah it is a bit much.
The memory for a computer can hold more than 200,00,012 place for it memory probably more than that. Depends on the operating system. Windows XP will run very nicely on 2 gigs of ram - even 1 gig is sufficient if you don't do a lot of memory intensive programs. However, on Windows Vista or Windows 7 - 2 gigs of ram is considered minimum and some people even have 8 gigs of ram. Again, it depends on what you use your computer for. If you just surf and check emails you can get by with much less.
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gigs. you had it right
Desktops support up to 4gb Ram per slot. Many personal desktops support 4-6 slots. So 24 Gigs would be the highest amount of ram for a high end personal desktop
Top of the line computers have either 3 or 4 gigabytes of RAM.
If it's x32 it will recognize about 3.7Gbs (maximum), if you have x64 it will recognize 4Gbs and more.
You accidentally what? Deleted them, downloaded them? This cannot be answered if we dont know what was done.