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Subject:PC Processing Power (was Home Alone) From:Ron Sering CDS <ronaldse -at- MANX -dot- CDS -dot- TEK -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 27 Mar 1997 12:34:19 MST
Mitch Berg made reference to his P100 home PC. I'm now in the market for a new machine myself, and as usual the older technology is vastly less expensive than top of the line. Is the performance of a Pentium 120 or 133 still adequate for tech writing tasks, such as help or web page development, or CBT applications?