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Towards the end of the '80s, Intel unveiled the Intel 486 processor, with 1.
The unit features an industry-standard 486 processor and a ROM-DOS operating system.
Requirements: 486 processor, Windows 98 or higher, 8 megabytes RAM, 4 megabytes hard-disk space, and 8-bit (256-color) display.
WarpLink will work on PCs with a 486 processor or above, running Windows 95 or 98.
The hardware requirements include 486 processor or better, 8 MB RAM and 2 MB of disk space.
System Requirements Minimum system requirements for running Design Essentials Business Image include an IBM-compatible PC with a 486 processor or better (Pentium or higher recommended); Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows NT 4.
Cash shortages have meant adapting an out-moded laptop, with an old 486 processor, and working through holidays.
Microsoft says NT needs at least a 486 processor with 16 Mb of RAM.
Most of the CD-ROMs require a 486 processor with at least 8 megabytes of RAM - 16 is better.
The CD-ROM is designed to perform on a PC with a 486 processor or better, or on a Macintosh 040 or PowerPC.
Walk away from any salesman trying to push a 486 processor - definitely last year's model.
From a hardware standpoint, the origination system should run on standard servers made by more than one manufacturer, operate under either Unix or Windows NT and be sufficiently tuned to not require individual workstations more powerful than a 486 processor with 8 MB of RAM.