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Win95 FAQ Part 14 of 14: Misc
Section - 14.6. Can I run Win95 on my '386-SX with 4 MB of RAM? (a bit of a joke, but it does run)

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   The same here I'm afraid. I tried it once. Never again.
   
   Win95 will display a "suggestion" in the System Performance tab if you
   only have 4 MB memory. Personally, they should've extended that
   suggestion for 8 MB machines too.
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 14 of 14: Misc
Previous Document: 14.5. Can I run Win95 on my '286 with 2 MB of RAM? (joke)
Next Document: 14.7. Why do 32-bit programs seem slower than the original 16-bit ones?

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