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    When you buy a new software package, why does it state the minimum RAM and hard drive space your computer must have for you to run this program?

    If your computer does not have RAM, what types of files will you be unable to open, and why?

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    The hard disk space and RAM are the primary requirements of a software to run properly in a computer. The minimum hard disk space is always mentioned in the software package because a software program when installed places its required files in the computer's hard disk. The minimum hard disk space needed ...

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    The expert determines the minimum RAM and hard drive space requirement of a software package.