On the eve of Microsoft’s launch of the Windows Vista OS to consumers,
Crucial Technology has a quick test to see if you have enough
memory to be Vista Ready!
Many analysts claim that 2GB of memory should be the recommended amount. As
memory experts, the folks at Crucial Technology (a division of Micron) couldn’t
agree more! In fact, Crucial has seen orders of 2GB modules rise
significantly over the past two months—likely in light of the upcoming Microsoft
Windows Vista launch.
Understanding this potential need for more memory, Crucial has created
a new Windows
Vista System Scanner tool to assist you with Windows Vista upgrades. This
free, online tool analyzes a your current system components and compares it to
Microsoft’s minimum system specifications for the Windows Vista OS.
Additionally, the scanner displays guaranteed-compatible memory upgrades.
Crucial's tool should help you eliminate confusion and show in a
clear, concise manner your systems' current memory configuration. This tool is
readily available right
here on Crucial's website.