Program in what way? There's programming in terms of automation, like programming a VCR/DVR to record a show at a specific time, and then there's programming like making a new word processor of video game. There's also a fair bit in between.
Memory optimization programs, however, are a complete waste of time. Kind of ludicrous of an idea if you stop and think about it for even half a second. A program, which takes memory to run, is somehow going to give you MORE memory. Those programs can also cause programs, and even the OS, to crash, so they are best left alone.
If you're running XP on 2GB of RAM, you're probably fine. Unless you're experiencing some sort of performance issues, in which case you'll need to be more specific, just leave well enough alone. XP and later versions of Windows do a pretty good job of managing that on their own.
Hello. If I have a computer with Windows XP desktop with 2GB ram 320Gb HD...am I able to 'program' the computer? Am I able to go to a DOS prompt? If the computer does not have that..what facility should I use to be able to 'program' the machine?
Memory: Is it 'valuable' at all to optimize the memory resources of a computer by downloading a program that does so...or turning off or disabling some programs? How does one usally do that/
Thanksj for any and all responses