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Brand: Dell Condition: Used
Processor Speed: 366 MHz Chip Type: Intel Pentium II
Hard Drive Capacity: 6.2 GB Memory (RAM): 128 MB
Screen Size: 13 inches Primary Drive: CD-ROM
will this b enough 2 run windows xp smoothly while using a samsung data cable with it. fanx alot.craig
As stated in the article "it depends" on what you plan to do with it. That is a fairly slow, small machine, so don't expect it to do too much.
pentiumII 366mhz: with that configuration I wouldn't recommend XP but stay with win98...!
XP will run fine as smooth on celeron 1800 and 256mb ram
XP you need at least 128mb to be ok but I have seen great improvement with 256mb, but going to 512mb wouldn´t do much for normal surfing and office suite, but if you scan, edit pictures and video, play games then you might consider 512.
I have a Pentium II 400 MHz with 192 M of storage , and it's really slow. I Had a W98 and moved to XP .
To start it takes more than 5 minutes .
I use Office and Internet , but not simultaneosly .
I'm thinking on returning to W98
What do you think .??
The answer is "YES" Fernando 98 runs far far better than xp with less ram and pentium 2 processor ..xp needs a minimum 512mb of ram (according to me) to run very smoothly.Whatever u do "DONT" go for windows ME cos its a crap.
I'd consider adding more RAM.
I am running XpHome edition on a
Intel Pentium 2
267MHz, 224 MB of RAM
And it runs smooth as silk for basic web surfing/chatroom/cam and run Frontpage 2000 on it.
Have an anti virus, firewall even on it.
It's pushing it, but it can be done with basic surfing, runs fine on cable modem. Dial-up may be an entire different story.
just put tablet xp s/p1 on a dell latitude cpia runing only 64m it will not load i take it i nead more memery .
Processor Speed: 667 mhz
processor Chip Type: Intel Celeron
will this be enough to run Windows xp with a macintosh emulator?
No. That's barely enough to run Windowx XP (I recommend 256meg ram MINIMUM, preferrably at least 512meg). Processor's a tad on the slow side also.
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