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System Requirements for Windows ME - last of the 9x series
« on: August 18, 2014, 01:28:23 AM »
Win95 | Win98 | WinME | Win2000XP | Vista 

*** Pentium II recommended ***
32Mb is the absolute minimum, but 64mb Memory or higher is reccommended!



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Windows ME was the successor to Windows 98 SE and was targeted specifically at home PC users.[6] It included Internet Explorer 5.5, Windows Media Player 7, and the new Windows Movie Maker software, which provided basic video editing and was designed to be easy to use for home users. Microsoft also updated the graphical user interface, shell features, and Windows Explorer in Windows ME with some of those first introduced in Windows 2000, which had been released as a business-oriented operating system seven months earlier. Windows ME could be upgraded to Internet Explorer 6 SP1 (but not to SP2 (SV1) or Internet Explorer 7), Outlook Express 6 SP1 and Windows Media Player 9 Series. Microsoft .NET Framework up to and including version 2.0 is supported; however, versions 2.0 SP1, 3.x, and greater are not. Office XP was the last version of Microsoft Office to be compatible with Windows ME. -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_ME

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Windows ME is not designed to handle more than 512 MB of RAM by default.[45] Systems with larger RAM pools may lose stability; however, depending on the hardware and software configuration, it is sometimes possible to manually tweak the installation to continue working with somewhat larger amounts of RAM as well.[45][46] Systems with 1.5 GB of RAM or more may reboot continuously during startup.[4
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