Vista, Firefox & RAM-memory

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    I've got slowing down and hanging problems with Firefox and already switched to Chrome, but I feel something's still not right in my OS. I have the problem on two different laptops, by the way, one with Vista and one with XP (with browser IE).

    I looked up the RAM-memory. The values have been grayed out, in favor of an option that let's the system lay down the values. The same with the XP. I wonder if I changed it, and why...
    The Vista (which I use most) is a 2 GB laptop, and the Page File values for all stations read:
    Minimum allowed 16 MB
    Advised: 3057 MB
    Appointed at this moment: 2338 MB

    I wonder if this is correct, or the source of my Firefox problems...
    By the way, Vista System also informs me that I have a 3,4 Performance classification. Which means Sufficient. Whatever that means.:D
     
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    Sorry, laptop 2GB should be 2 Gigabite...
     
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