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Towards the end of the '80s, Intel unveiled the Intel 486 processor, with 1.2 million transistors - by far the most advanced microprocessor at that time.
FILELAW is Folio[R] driven and requires a PC with 486 processor; CD-ROM drive (quad speed recommended); 8 MB RAM; 33 MHz minimum (66 MHz recommended); and Microsoft Windows[R].
Requirements: 486 processor, Windows 95 or higher, 32 megabytes of RAM, 40 megabytes hard-disk space, CD-ROM drive, and 800-by-600-pixel, 8-bit (256-color) display.
While the MH-47D now has a single Intel 486 processor in each control display unit, CAAS draws on one Power PC 750 processor in each control display unit and two Power PC 750 processors in each multi-function display.
The unit features an industry-standard 486 processor and a ROM-DOS operating system.
The program is compatible with Windows 95, 98, NT, and 2000 and requires a 486 processor, 8 MB RAM, and 5 MB of hard drive space.
Around pounds 1,000 gets you a 66Mhz 486 processor with 16meg memory and a 0.34gig hard drive.
WarpLink will work on PCs with a 486 processor or above, running Windows 95 or 98.
Multimedia PC, 486 processor or higher, Windows 95 or higher, 8MB RAM, SVGA graphics, CD-ROM drive.
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 4.0; CD-ROM drive for installation; minimum 16 MB RAM (32 MB recommended); 16 MB free hard-disk space (30 MB recommended), SVGA/256 color display (1024 X 768, 24-bit color recommended); and a mouse or other pointing device.
Cash shortages have meant adapting an out-moded laptop, with an old 486 processor, and working through holidays.