OK I'm convinced I am sure you are somewhat familiar with this ;
"Your computer is not up to date with the latest version of Windows XP. Upgrade to Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) today to help keep your computer secure (it's free!). Below is what you need to know to upgrade.
Learn more about the Support Lifecycle of Microsoft products to help keep your products up to date.
(Note: After October 10, 2006, Windows XP Service Pack 1 will transition to a non-supported status. Upgrade to Windows XP SP2 now for continued security updates and incident support.)"
Previously I was in the process of installing SP2 and ran into obsticles such as not enough RAM,
and have had similar problems D/L AOL Security Center.
Before I run off to the store and purchase more RAM, which I will do very soon, I would like to know a couple of things, concerning the following;
I have found that Quickens 2002 New User addition is using up 142.00MB,
I am still new at figuring computer stats, and figures, and what they can mean, however, Will I be missing much if I un-install it. Cuz, when I go to un-install it, I am prompted to confirm File deletion, that sounds kind of permanent, but 142 MB is one of the largest I have when checking A/R.
Will it help if I uninstall this program or is it not actively using RAM when it is just sitting there and I am not using it, as I have never used it ?
System Model: Presario 4403US
BIOS Version: Compaq 686P9 v1.10
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Service Pack: 0.0
Hot Fix: KB893803v2
Capacity: 128.50 MB
Intel® Celeron CPU 1400MHz
Version: x86 Family 6 Model 11 Stepping 1
Speed: 1395 MHz
Compaq Presario 4403US ( Systems Model )
OS: Microsoft Windows XP
Service Pack 1
128 MB of RAM
General Computer Info
System Name: CPQ17096278943
Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time
Connection: Workstation (standalone)
Proxy Server: Auto
IP Address: xxxxxxxxxxxx
IPX Address: Not Enabled
Total Capacity: 55.90 GB
Sum of Hard Disks: (C: )
Used: 5 GB
Free: 50.90 GB
Mod Edit: Edited to remove IP address. ~tg
Edited by tg1911, 23 May 2007 - 01:08 AM.