Java IDE - NetBean

Hello,
I've installed the Netbean IDE in my machine just now.
But it's working dead slow.(Not at all working!!)
(My machine has Intel celeron 333MHz CPU,
32 MB RAM and enough hard disk space.)
Can you please tell me a solution?
Thanks!
-jaiganesh

Install a lot more RAM.
Netbeans boots up slow, but runs good on very powerful machines,........but if you don't have such a machine you are out of luck.
32 MB of RAM is not a lot for modern software
go to
http://www.memory.com
for cheap ram

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