Win-Eyes has for long been recommended nothing under 2GB of RAM. I have
been using Win7 Home Edition on a netbook with 1.3GHZ and 2GB RAM, and
it is doable, though not exactly the speed you want for everyday usage.
Yet changing the Hard Disk with an SSD, might be one way to speed up things.
Still, a CPU much under 1.6GHZ, is not adviceable in my opinion - at
least if this is meant to be your primary workstation. And in general,
these days, the more RAM, the better.
On 10/16/2016 12:16 PM, Drew Clark via Talk wrote:
> i used window eyeyes on 1 gb of ram and 1.86 ghz processor and i need
> to restart it many times. that was on windows 7. and now, i use it
> with 1.3 ghz processor and 4 gb of ram, running win10 64 1607, still,
> i have to restart it many time. does window eyes made for pc that have
> 2 gb of ram and 2 ghz processor? this is the one that it need to be
> improved compared to the other screen readers. or, anyone here
> successfully run window eyes on slow machine with out restart for a
> long time?
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