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Windows ME Requirements (Sep 2000)
« on: February 27, 2017, 03:45:53 PM »

The minimum hardware requirements for Windows Me include:
Pentium 150-MHz processor or better
32 megabytes (MB) of RAM or better
Minimum 320 MB of free hard-disk space
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
3.5-inch high-density floppy disk drive
Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device
Video adapter and monitor that support VGA or higher resolution
Sound card
Speakers or headphones
The system requirements can vary depending on which features of Windows Millennium you want to take advantage of. For example, if you want to use Movie Maker, the recommended system requirements are as follows:
56.6-KBps modem or faster with current Internet connection (Windows Movie Maker option)
CD-ROM drive
Sound card
Speakers or headphones
Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device
SVGA Monitor (*VGA monitor)
Pentium II 300-MHz processor or better (*Pentium 150 MHz)
64 MB of RAM (*32 MB)
2 GB of free hard-disk space (*320 MB)
Good quality microphone (Windows Movie Maker option)
Video capture device (Windows Movie Maker option)
For more examples or comprehensive lists of system requirements, see the following link:
The Windows Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) contains a list of computer systems and peripherals that are compatible with Windows. You can find the HCL on the following Microsoft Web site: