Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 10th Jul 2005 12:01 UTC
Mac OS X Most reviews of Tiger were conducted on fairly new and fast Macs. This article, however, focuses on running it on a low-end Mac. And, to the reviewer's surprise, it runs ok.
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You've answered your own question there...You're saying that Dashboard doesn't slow down your Mac, if you upgrade your RAM. Therefore you are saying that yes it does slow down your Mac, but you can circumvent this by upgrading the RAM.

So Dashboard does slow down Macs. Luckily 10.4.2 contains many Dashboard improvements, one of which is memory management.

Matt

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