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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

2.26Ghz Macbook Pro 13'


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Hi,

I am running a MBP 13 with 2.26Ghz processor and 4Gb Ram. I was thinking about upgrading to 6Gb ram as I use VMware Fusion (For work!) and hope to gain some further performance.

Would this be ok/wise to do?

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You can go upto 8GB... as to whether that maxing out, or even going to 6GB is necessary?
4GB is pretty good as is, however, the best way to tell is to keep an eye on your activity monitor, and see what is being utilized when you are working at max intensity, before outlaying more cash IMHO
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