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digiark Posted - 01/31/2018 : 12:52:32 AM
Hello

DEs such as KDE run at about 500 MB of RAM on idle, while a distro running LXDE typically uses around 100 MB of RAM on idle. But when using applications on computers with a decent amount of RAM, this difference gets dwindle.
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unindexed Posted - 12/17/2018 : 01:01:20 AM
I'm really fine with 16GB from far 2012 on my desktop
Geo Posted - 08/25/2018 : 1:56:57 PM
I would want to have at least 4 gigs, but it depends very much on what you're running.
johnanderson Posted - 08/13/2018 : 12:03:02 PM
The RAM is not so much sufficient to handle multiprocessing. It's better to have atleast 2 GB of RAM.
Geo Posted - 01/31/2018 : 3:04:04 PM
And the question is?
RAM is cheap these days. Most computers have gigabytes of it.

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