Re: [NTLK] OT mini slow down was RE:Test

From: Thomas Brand (T2) <>
Date: Thu Sep 13 2007 - 13:24:52 EDT

Running Mac OS X with 512MB of memory is just hard to bare. I have a
first generation Intel Mac Mini and I would highly recomend you
upgrade that machine to 2GBs of memory. Ram is cheap these days and
anything less than a GB is foolish.

Thomas Brand (T2)

On Sep 13, 2007, at 10:15 AM, dotline7 <> wrote:

> With pleasure.
> Program is called Syncrospector. You will find it in Developer
> folder. Copy
> Developer folder to your disk, run Syncrospector, delete all running
> software. That's it.
> On the other hand, I have a filling that Activity Monitor doesn't
> show all
> processes and the values are incorrect.
> John
> PS. I run 10.4.10 on my G4 Tibook and on Mini, both 520 RAM. So
> called wired
> memory is, on G4, 30% of the same kind of memory on my Mini. G4
> shows very
> little virtual memory. My Mini shows at least 10GB virtual memory.
> Is it
> Rosetta? How to which it off?

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