My daughter will be using SW at school in October and her laptop has only 4Go of Ram (that is welded) with a core i5 and a 250Go SSD. Will she be able to make SW work orI will it be impossible?
(and sorry for my poor english)
Sure, the software is going to open and run with 4GB of RAM. For things that a student designs in school or shouldn't be much trouble. It will likely give you some memory warnings but these can largely be ignored.
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I wouldn't recommend it - Not sure about it being impossible, but it would definitely be frustrating.
There are a lot of places to find affordable laptops that would run SOLIDWORKS better.
(It would be easier/cheaper if you could just upgrade the RAM on her laptop.)
Windows will take most of that...
3GB Switch Flashbacks . . .
We bought the laptop last week and only got the notification for the use of solidworks today. It's quite a expensive laptop but it had to be light.
Thanks for all your answers. I guess I'm going to find a solution
No problem for simple parts but noticeable slow down for assemblies only.
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