What are the MAC requirements?

To use our Hosted Predictive Dialer you will want to make sure that your computer meets the minimum requirements to access and run our Predictive Dialer.

A) Your processor needs to have a speed of at least 1Ghz (Gigahertz)

B) You need to have at least 2 GB (Gigabite) of RAM (Random Access Memory)

1) From the Apple menu, select About This Mac. The window shown below appears.



2) 
 The amount of memory installed in your computer is displayed.

All Macs being sold today have at least 2 gigabytes (GB) of memory installed. If you need more RAM in your Mac, you can upgrade it - unless you own a MacBook Air. (The RAM modules in the MacBook Air are not replaceable.) See the links at the end of this article for more information.

Checking Memory Slots on Mac OS 10.7 or Later

If you have Mac OS 10.7 or later, you can see how the memory slots in your computer are currently being utilized. Many Macs have two memory slots, and although Apple recommends that you always have two memory modules of the same size installed, there can be discrepancies.

Here's how to check your Mac's memory slots on Mac OS 10.7 or later:

  1. From the Apple menu, select About This Mac.

  2. Click More Info. The About This Mac window appears.

  3. Click Memory. The window shown below appears.


Use the information in this window to determine how many memory modules - and what size memory modules - are currently installed on your computer. You can click the Memory Upgrade Instructions link to access Apple's guides for replacing the memory modules in your computer.


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