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Get Firefox :)
Ok, seriously, your laptop should be able to handle all those windows with 3GB of RAM. Try to get it up to that many again so you can see the error, and when that happens, open Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc). Then click the "processes" tab and click on 'Memory.' Click on it so that it's sorted with the largest numbers at the top. You should be able to see what program is taking up all your memory. I'm not sure if IE would use that much (I use Firefox... 1 window is all I need!) You may have spyware or some unwanted program leeching all of your resources and in that case I would recommend you get some antivirus or antispyware software.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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