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Buying the right computer can be complicating Because of this many people are detoured from using or purchasing a very beneficial machine Some people have questions about memory Windows95 and choosing the best system to purchase Hopefully I can clear up some of this terms and inform you on what hardware is available How much memory do you really need As much as you can get Due to todays sloppy programmers you cant have too much memory Todays software is about 50 percent wasted code That means that there is a bunch of memory being used by your computer to do absolutely nothing Its not like in the past when a programmer had to get a program to run under 512K Programmers think you have unlimited memory As a result the programmers dont worry about how much memory they use When writing a program programmers use compilers like Visual C When they use prewritten routines from compilers it adds a lot of useless data Instead of removing this useless data the lazy programmer leaves it Not only does this effect you memory it also effects how much hard drive space you need The bigger the program the more space it takes to save physically I wouldnt suggest buying anything under a 2 geg hard drive Why Because by the time you load you system Windows95 DOS and other software your hard drive is already filled up How are you going to save your document you wrote in WordPerfect when your hard drive is full Its usually cheaper in the long run to buy the biggest hard drive available Plus you always want to have room for your games After all who wants to spend their whole life working As far as processors I suggest the Cryrix 6x686 166 Its the best processor for the buck Its one of the fastest The processor costs
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