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InCD eating system resources - 2/21/2003 10:58:01 AM   
rblake


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So, from posts here, do I gather that InCD uses a lot of system resources?

With my cruddy system this is important as I leave InCD running all the time even though I only use it now and again!

R.
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RE: InCD eating system resources - 2/22/2003 3:30:21 AM   
KCK

 

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I have not noticed any slowdowns with InCD running on my boxes. But even my oldest 98SE box has PII 366MHz and 256MB RAM, so your mileage may differ!

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RE: InCD eating system resources - 2/24/2003 11:04:32 AM   
rblake


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Cheers mate. I'm running a 233MHz !!!

All will be well when I build my new mighty box though!

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