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Would say memory at first. That depends on a few things. Increasing your hard drive size will only help if it has little space left. Defragging your drive and cleaning out caches and temp files will help with some drive issues. If you are already going into this with 1 GiB of memory or more, a memory increase might not help. Keep in mind, DDR memory works better in pairs, it can work alone, but a pair of 512 MiB DDR, is faster than 1GiB alone. Also, check what the maximum speed of memory your computer can handle, if your computer can handle 800mhz DDR2, putting in 533mhz DDR2 will hurt performance, even if you are raising the amount of memory. Check your system specs and match your memory to the computers specs for the best performance. Don't forget about your virtual memory settings, another computer bottleneck
Posted on Nov 27, 2012
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