From: R Briganti (r.briganti_at_bellemead.com)
Date: Wed Mar 29 2000 - 19:03:05 EST
Buried in the article is a key to interpreting the results.
> Keep in mind that if you open any two or more of these applications at a
> time and jump between them (task-switching), or even have two or more
> actively working at a time (multitasking), you'll accentuate the need for
> more memory.
So, if all you do is run one program, then having a lot of memory is not
that important. But if you use the machine for multitasking several
programs, then more memory than they recommend is better.
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