Why Windows 8 Uses So Much Less Memory Than Windows 7

In Windows 8 Microsoft disabled 13 Services, set a number other Services to Manual Start (from Automatic Start) and set another group of services to “Start on Demand” (like Windows Update and Plug and Play Services). A test from Windows8Beta.com shows the results of these changes:  

4 Android Tablets UNDER $350

This table provides an easy to compare grid of tablet features, like operating system, memory and price.  You can read the full review from the good people at PCWor;d / ITWorldCanada: “…The upcoming Lenovo IdeaPad A1 seems to offer the highest performance for the lowest price, closely followed by the Galaxy Tab, which at $280 is a no-brainer choice over the ViewPad. But if you can spare the extra $50, the Iconia Tab A100 is…

Windows 95 Could In Theory Install on the Memory that is Integrated On The CPU!

New CPU’s have between 4MB and 8MB of Cache Memory on them and that is all that Windows 95 required to run (and you did not even need a CD rom): System requirements for installing Windows 95: 4 megabytes (MB) of memory (8 MB recommended) 386DX or higher processor (486 recommended) Typical hard disk space required to upgrade to Windows 95: 35-40 MB The actual requirement varies depending on the features you choose to install.…