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JBuilder sytem requirement ?

 
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Hi,
I am trying to learn Jbuiler IDE but I am not sure
if my system is good nough to handle it.
Spec of my PCs :
PC1. P-3 866Mhz, 256MB RAM, 35GB free space.
PC2. P-4 1.8Ghz, 256MB RAM, 32GB free space.
Please advise, thanks
PS : I am thiniking about using Jbuilder9 personal.
 
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diskspace ample on both machines.
RAM a bit low, but unless you do larger GUIs not critical.
The slower CPU might struggle with JB9, can't tell (don't have JB9).
JB4 ran fine (albeit loading slowly) on a P2-400 with 512MB RAM, and decently (but slow to switch views) on a Celeron 400 with 192MB RAM.
RAM is cheap, use those slots
iow, you should be fine, especially on the fast machine and certainly if you stock up on memory (for your computer, not necessarilly for yourself).
 
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Jeroen,
Thanks for the response & advice on Jbuilder, after some browsing,
JCreator soft of catch my attention too.
regards

Originally posted by Jeroen Wenting:
diskspace ample on both machines.
RAM a bit low, but unless you do larger GUIs not critical.
The slower CPU might struggle with JB9, can't tell (don't have JB9).
JB4 ran fine (albeit loading slowly) on a P2-400 with 512MB RAM, and decently (but slow to switch views) on a Celeron 400 with 192MB RAM.
RAM is cheap, use those slots
iow, you should be fine, especially on the fast machine and certainly if you stock up on memory (for your computer, not necessarilly for yourself).

 
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