I agree with BASSMASTER, and i'd like to add that it's a marketing thing. It is cheaper for computer manufacturers to add more hard drive space, rather than RAM, and the average user doesn't look at or even know what the RAM is. BUT they do however look at the size of the hard drive. Also, if the standard amount of RAM on a certain model of computer is 128MB, the company can probably charge about $100 to upgrade from 128MB to 256Mb, and the average user wouldn't think anything of it. I've noticed Dell to do this the most.
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