[ubuntu-uk] New omputer.......Ubuntu install help
lee.willy1977.williams at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 12:30:53 UTC 2011
Yep, I'd second that view too, I've installed 64bit with no issues
before now on a lower spec machine too.
But don't think there's anything too bad going with 32bit.
On 07/04/2011 13:27, bodsda at googlemail.com wrote:
> I doubt it. The specs look fine to me. Only thing is that unless you plan on adding more than an extra 1gb of RAM, you won't see much benefit running 64bit instead of 32
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> Hi, for now, instead of getting a Slate, I found a computer, that will
> be better for what I need at the moment.
> The specs are:-
> Acer Aspire 5736Z
> Pentium Dual Core CPU
> T4500 @ 2.30 GHz
> RAM 3.00 GB
> 64 bit
> Windows 7 Premium
> I want to install Ubuntu, but i'm a bit concerned about the fact its
> 64bit, and having read a few peoples problems when trying to install.
> Just wondered would there be any problems with the installation with
> this computer?
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