Memory Upgrades in Fujitsu® LIFEBOOK® T900 Tablet PC
What is the need and benefits of memory upgrades in Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T900 Tablet PC?
The Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T900 comes built as another of Fujitsu tablet PC. The system comes with a bigger 13.3” display and is powered with the Intel Core i5 vPro Processor. The system comes with an expandable modular bay on which you can perform several needed upgrades such as a secondary hard drive, an optical drive or a secondary battery to power the Tablet PC. The system has a standard Intel Graphics Processor and a 2 Gigabyte RAM for its processing. The system comes with the integrated Bluetooth , Wi-Fi for wireless communication. The memory upgrades on the system allow better optimized performance to be delivered from the tablet PC.
The need and benefits for upgrading the memory of the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T900 is described in the following paragraphs:
- Primary memory upgrade
- Secondary memory upgrade
- Need for memory upgrade
- When to Upgrade
Primary memory upgrade
The primary memory of the system is used for running the application and programs on the Fujitsu tablet PC. The primary memory is important for smooth functioning of the system. There are two slots on the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T900 that allow memory upgrade of the system. Each of the slots on the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T900 can hold an individual RAM of 4 Gigabytes. The memory can be upgraded on the system as per the 32-bit or 64-bit operating system.
Secondary memory upgrade
The secondary memory on the system is responsible for providing the volume to store the data application programs and the operating system of the tablet PC. The secondary memory of the tablet that comes built in is of 160 gigabytes. This can be upgraded by adding extra memory volume on the expandable modular bay.
The need for memory upgrade can be decided depending on the type of applications required to be run on the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T900 notebook. If more powerful games as well as tools and editing applications are run on the system, then you may require a more RAM to support the applications. Similarly, you may require more space to store such applications.
Check up the Task Manager to see the amount of memory that is being used by the system when the applications are running on it. If a large memory is taken up and there is no free memory remaining, then it is time to upgrade the RAM on the system.