Rod, I'm seeking to understand and you seem to be one of the most knowledgeable, so here's my hopefully not-so-silly questions in layman-speak:
Originally Posted by rwhitby
1. Does 1/3 less RAM means that we can open 1/3 less programs before we hit the TMC error, or does this small space impose an even more drastic constraint, like making it harder to manage?
2. If our loss in performance should in fact be proportional (by a third), why can I open 50 cards, including a few PDK games, on a Pre 2 and never have TMC, while a 2 or 3 cards will bog down my Pre 3?
3. How much RAM does an app take up? (say different types like a PDK game like Angry Birds or Need for Speed, Preware, or a web page with embedded videos with Flash set to Enable, but not Autoload Flash content)
4. Was the management of this RAM, in your opinion, changed drastically between 2.1 and 2.2?
5. Do you believe that apps that were seemingly solid on a Pre 2 have suddenly sprung leaks on a Pre 3? ("solid" meaning that I didn't TMC, at all, and now, and endless string.)