Summary of M2 MacBook Air / Pro — How much RAM do you ACTUALLY need?

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According to the YouTube video, most people only need 8 gigs of RAM for their Macs, but if you plan on using Windows software or doing more intense tasks, you should upgrade to 16 or 32 gigs.

  • 00:00:00 According to the YouTube video, RAM or unified memory is a type of short-term memory that stores data about all the processes running on a computer at the moment. Macs have 8 gigabytes of RAM by default, but if you want more memory for specific tasks, you can upgrade to 16 or even 24 gigabytes. In general, though, 8 gigabytes is more than enough for basic tasks.
  • 00:05:00 The author recommends that if you need to use Windows software on your Mac, you should get a MacBook with at least 16 or 32 gigs of unified memory. If you just need to do light tasks, 14 or 16 inch Max models with 8 gigs of memory will be fine. If you need more power, you should get the M1 Pro or M1 Max with 32 gigs of memory.

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