On Thu, 17 Oct 2002 15:09:07 -0400, matt wrote:

>(1) You should get as much memory as you can afford.  With modern OS's like
>Win2k and WinXP the performance of the machine scales directly with the
>amount of memory you have. 

There is no direct scaling. Once you have enough memory to avoid thrashing
then additional memory just avoids some disk access with rapidly
diminishing returns. 

If you are not seeing significant disk activity while working additional
memory will provide no performance increase. 


Cheers, Terry.

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