Delving Into The Speedy Computers
Why am I talking about speedy computers?
Tablets are essentially computers with a different operating system, and different controls.
My computer is a tough PC.
It has handled more than 4 years of operation, including heavy college use.
I dropped it, but nothing essential was hit directly.
I got a virus on it, and then I had to perform a reset.
It still works quickly!
I have a 4th generation I5 Intel Core (CPU), and I thought
“awesome! I made a great deal, and the rest of the world is trying to catch up to my computing power!”
I then searched to find my CPU and see how high-up my computer’s processor was…
It was in the 24th percentile for speed.
That’s a bad thing.
Over 75 % of the rest of the computers out there have a faster processor than mine….
Why does my computer work so quickly?
The Balance Inside The Computer
I searched my computer’s specs and found out why it is so fast.
It has 8 GB of RAM.
I see some people trying to putter along with 2 GB of RAM on their PCs, and they cannot hold a candle to my speed.
Technically, it is not just the RAM, but the balance between the RAM and the CPU.
What is a good balance for a PC?
Well, right now it happens to be 8 GB of RAM.
You may be sitting back saying,
“I’m dealing with a tablet!”
Which means fewer multi-tasking calculations.
If your tablet has 1 GB of RAM (or fewer), than it might be a good idea to send it to a technician and get a larger RAM installation, because better performance comes with 2 GB of RAM.
Or you can do the quicker and cheaper option: get a new tablet with higher RAM.
The first mini tablet with 4 GB worth of RAM was the Asus Zenpad S 8.0, but it is doubtful that a normal person will need that much RAM on his tablet.
As a result, there is the recommended 2 GB RAM option.
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