I've been looking back into ol' days lately, and doing some (primitive) coding in C++, using some of those famous Borland Library Functions. So, I hooked up that blue editor (they call it the IDE ) And it wasn't a nice ride in Windows XP environment...
Whenever I run that DOS-Based Turbo C++ IDE (tc.exe), my processor usage jumps to a 100% constant, and the IDE runs real slow (Nice way to prove my typin' speed is kewl! ) - I'm currently using:
- Windows® XP Professional with Service Pack 2
- Intel® Pentium 4, 1.7 GHz Processor
- 256k L2 cache
- 256MB RAM
- ~768MB VM
- Windows® 98 SE
- Intel® Celeron 700 MHz Processor
- 128k L2 cache
- 128MB RAM
- ~512MB VM
Please help me out if you can, since I only got until February end to wind-up my work in there!