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accepted Maverick is sluggish with 2GB of RAM using XCode 5, should I upgrade with 4GB or 8GB?
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comment Maverick is sluggish with 2GB of RAM using XCode 5, should I upgrade with 4GB or 8GB?
I'm using xcode 5, I'm not sure it runs on mountain lion. Anyways I did not buy that 2009 macbook pro, it was offered to me, I will never buy apple in the future.
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comment Change the mouse wheel scrolling acceleration
doesn't seem to work for me... should I log off and log on again, or restart applications ?
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comment Why is Skype using 100% of my CPU or more and how can I fix it?
v 6 12, did not solve it. although google webcam has the same problem...
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comment Maverick is sluggish with 2GB of RAM using XCode 5, should I upgrade with 4GB or 8GB?
no, my mac would still be hugely slow. it would only improve boot time, which I don't think is very useful
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comment Maverick is sluggish with 2GB of RAM using XCode 5, should I upgrade with 4GB or 8GB?
Isn't this a chrome bug ?
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comment Maverick is sluggish with 2GB of RAM using XCode 5, should I upgrade with 4GB or 8GB?
Yeah, but upgrading RAM is much more important than upgrading to a SSD. upgrading just a SSD will never improve unless I upgrade the ram first. A SSD will never be as fast as RAM.
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comment Maverick is sluggish with 2GB of RAM using XCode 5, should I upgrade with 4GB or 8GB?
I prefer having a lot of space, SSD are quite expensive. I don't think a SSD will speed things up if RAM is a bottleneck. SSD will never as fast as RAM. Increasing file access speed will not increase system performance, it will only improve boot time.