Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
I wanted to know how to go about adding more memory to my laptop? Also, how do I know which programs are taking up a lot of space and which ones I don't need?
Try a memory manufacturer website & plug in your computer:
Capacity PNY Part Number Retail Part Number OEM Part Number 256MB Module 6432SDTYE N256X42OPT N/A 512MB Module 6464TDTYE MN0512SD2-533 N/A 512MB Module 6464TFTYE MN0512SD2-667 N/A 1GB Module 64A0TDTYE MN1024SD2-533 N/A 1GB Module 64A0TFTYE MN1024SD2-667 N/A
HD 'memory' is considered secondary or storage.
In <Control Panel>::<Add / Remove Programs>, it should give you some indication of the size of the programs, as will hovering the mouse over the folder in which the program is situated [not as reliable as it once was as many dlls are stored in windows folders].
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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