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Is this normal?

hubbs

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Mar 26, 2000
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Ok here is my system.
Packard Bell
233mhz MMX
32mb Ram
4.3gig HD who knows how many RPM lower than I can count probably.
2mb Integrated Video
and just a bunch of old other things. Is it normal to being able to run this many programs at once w/this system.

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prodigy

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It works, copy and paste into a new browser window.

To answer Hubbs: It doesn't look like you're running *that* many, so you should be fine.
 

ltk007

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Feb 24, 2000
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works for me, but it probably doesn't work for you guys cause angelfire sucks!!!!!!!!!
 

toph99

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Aug 25, 2000
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woah, i have winamp, IE, AIM, virus scanner and findfast open, and i have 48% system resources... i don't know if i'd be able to keep that much open very long

PIII 500E
96mb pc-100
intel 810E
Maxtor ATA/66 7200rpm 10gb
 

Pretender

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'tis not that much. If I knew what those blue heads were (yahoo IM i'm guessing?) or the eye (the one that starts with "A...", I'm guessing Adobe?), then it might change my opinion. Other than that, the number of windows doesn't look like too much for that system.
 

hubbs

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Mar 26, 2000
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Paulson are you retarded. Your telling me Adope Photoshop 5.5 isn't system critical software?
 

DABANSHEE

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You know if your going to have that much stuff in the Taskbar, your better off draging it to the side, especially if your on the web alot, as you get more room on the verticle plain which means your not scrolling as much.
 

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