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In general is it better to have 4G than 2G on a Macbook Pro 13"? Wouldn't having 4G prepare me for any future apps. that may require more RAM, just like over the past several years? Thanks. Michael

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Dear Michael,
In my opinion having a strong Macbook with 2GB is not enough.One of the reasons i say so is that while surfing on the net and having a couple of messengers open, your computer is consuming 60 to 70 % of its physical ram.That means that having an extra 2GB would be great so as to run more applications or in order not to lag the current apps.

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