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The Best Operating System for Gamers

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Many people spend a large amount of time playing games on their personal computer. Because of this it is important that the operating system that a computer has is capable of running most games.

When Microsoft released Windows in the 1980s it became one of the most popular operating systems on the market. Today more than 90 percent of computer users use an operating system that is developed by Microsoft. Many people consider Windows XP the best operating system to use on a PC. Windows XP has a lot of benefits to offer gamers.

One of the benefits of using Microsoft Windows XP as an operating system is that it requires a small amount of RAM to run on your personal computer. This is a big advantage for gamers as this means that there is more RAM available to run games. This gives games a better frame rate. It also helps games load very quickly.

The Windows XP operating system has a basic function that allows The memory from a computer’s video board to be lent to RAM of the computer. This is great for the newer games that require a lot of memory in order to be played on a personal computer.

As Windows XP has a very user friendly graphical user interface it is very easy to install games. Games can be installed on this operating system very quickly and with minimal hassle.

If your computer does not meet the minimum requirements of a game there are a few things that will happen. Your computer could run very slowly and freeze at inopportune times. It could also crash if the game is taking up too much memory. By using the Windows XP operating system gamers can ensure that they get smooth gaming without their operating system slowing down or crashing.

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