Re: question about virtual memory
Okay, Right click on your My Computer desktop Icon. Ctrl+tab until you gettoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
to the advanced page. First button "settings" (there are three, and all
three say settings).
Here there will be a way to adjust the size of your virtual memory (swap
disk on your hard drive).
Again if you don't have 4 Gb RAM installed, you should look into purchasing
and installing to get the most you can. You didn't say, but if you're using
a 64-bit version of XP you could go even higher.
Sent from my Dell Latitude E6520 using Windows 7, San Francisco Bay Area
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I am using windows xp.
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