Snow Leopard and 2GB ram

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  1. lionheart

    lionheart Member

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    Hi all,
    I'm using a MBP 13 which came with Leopard (I bought this about 2 weeks after Snow Leopard was released, but mine didn't come with the snow leopard upgrade CD) and I was wondering how is the performance of Snow Leopard with 2GB of ram? Is it faster? slower?

    any comment would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks! :)
     
  2. natsgo

    natsgo Well-Known Member

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    It should be faster.
     
  3. creativeideaz

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    You'll notice it on Startup, shutdown, sleep, wake up process.. not much on applications though.

    But look at the positive side. Speed is not the only one that have been improved on SL and consider the price for the this upgrade - a good value for money indeed.
     
  4. maksy

    maksy New Member

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    Im much after on the new features and functionalities when I upgraded to SL. If you want speed, buy RAMs your MBP can handle. ;)
     

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