Desktops features

A minimum of 2GB random-access memory (RAM) is required for basic computing, while 4GB or more is recommended if you'll use your computer for gaming, graphics or advanced photo or video editing. The more storage your computer offers, the more items you can save on your computer. Different types of storage also affect the start and wake times for your computer. A hybrid hard drive or solid state drive will start and wake up quickly.

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Also, I consider 2 and even 4GB Apple or Windows PC memory to be on the low side. At the office we fit all the machines with 8 or 16GB today.

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