How can the system be bumped-up to the next evolution of RAM-processing..?

g geleem at
Wed Nov 2 02:48:47 UTC 2011

On 11/02/2011 01:56 AM, Linda McLeod wrote:

> Any ideas how the next generation OS processes RAM..?

again, what do you mean by "next generation OS processes RAM"?

> Why is there RAM..?

why not? consider the meaning of "ram", "random access memory".

> Why can't the OS run its RAM off'n the hd..?

it can, if you want to wait. therefore, you could change "ram" to\
mean "rapid access memory".


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