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The memory usage is proportional to the number of pixels on the screen because the laptop stores bitmaps for many of the background windows. Therefore, make sure your laptop is set to 1366x768 or 1024x576 to minimize RAM usage (hit crtl-shift-+ and crtl-shift-minus to change the resolution of the display). Also, remove as many browser extensions as possible to maximize cpu performance.
The memory usage is proportional to the number of pixels on the screen because the laptop stores bitmaps for many of the background windows. Therefore, make sure your laptop is set to 1366x768 or 1024x576 to minimize RAM usage (hit crtl-shift-+ and crtl-shift-minus to change the resolution of the display). Also, remove as many browser extensions as possible to maximize cpu performance.

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Original post by: Donald Gillies ,

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The memory usage is proportional to the number of pixels on the screen because the laptop stores bitmaps for many of the background windows.  Therefore, make sure your laptop is set to 1366x768 or 1024x576 to minimize RAM usage (hit crtl-shift-+ and crtl-shift-minus to change the resolution of the display).

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