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Both pieces of hardware are extremely outdated. Today's computers generally use dual-core processors of 2.0GHz or more, and at least 2GB of RAM. Depending on your operating system, there isn't much you can do with your hardware to keep up-to-speed with todays programs. Your best bet is to upgrade it all.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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