Reply 40 of 49, by Pippy P. Poopypants
Absolute bearable minimums? For my standards:
DOS: My accounting calculator could probably run it without too much problem.
Win 3.x: A 286 with 2 MB RAM is bearable enough. Can't really effectively utilize high memory amounts.
Win 95: 486SX/33 with 8 MB RAM
Win 98: Low-end Pentium with 12 MB RAM
Win ME: Never bothered with it. Don't ever want to use it either.
Win NT4: Low-end Pentium with 16 MB RAM
Win 2000: Low-end Pentium II with 64 MB RAM
Win XP 32-bit: Pee3 1 GHz with at least 384 MB RAM
Win XP x64: Low-end 64-bit AMD Sempron with at least 512 MB RAM suffices
Vi$ta 32-bit: Only had this for a couple minutes on my old laptop. Then I installed XP. 1 GB RAM certainly crawls on it, even for moderate amounts of work.
Vi$ta x64: Same as Win 7 x64 (see below). Trashed this as soon as I got Win 7 x64.
Win 7 32-bit: I don't even bother with it. My Core 2 Duo-based laptop for some reason came pre-installed with this.
Win 7 x64: Pee4 3.0 GHz (with EM64T) or Athlon 64 3000+ with 2 GB RAM (minimum). Anything less and I'll install XP instead.
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