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Re: Laptops -dedicated to music only?
I've never noticed this on a newer system with Intel duo core and
RAM. No difference. Maybe on an older laptop, but not the newer ones.
kick ass without optimization. Just look at the processes running in the
background of a new machine, and see how much memorh and CPU it is really
using to run th OS...not much.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2007 2:35 AM
Subject: Re: Laptops -dedicated to music only?
> If you should have tried a laptop running Windows for audio work you
> would have noticed a remarkably better performance with proper
> optimization of the system.
> On 28 jun 2007, at 10.16, Os wrote:
>> No. Why would that be necessary?
>> I used to use a PowerBook G4 667MHz and didn't keep it reserved for
>> music then, and it worked fine. Now I have a hugely more powerful
>> MacBook Pro and see even less reason to keep it "just for music".
>> I mean, really, what is there to "optimise"? It just works.
>> On 27/06/07, Qua Veda <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> Question for those of you who use laptops.
>>> Do you dedicate/optimize the laptop for use with music/audio/video
>>> (i.e. , no email, finances, other personal apps that you might use
>>> personal computer)