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Part: V Appendixes > Move Everything Possible to a Memory Card

Move Everything Possible to a Memory Card

One of the key strategies for conserving memory on the Treo 650 is moving data and applications from the device's internal memory to a memory card. If you don't yet own a memory card for your Treo, now is a good time to look into getting one. Handhelds are somewhat like the desktop computers of old, in that they can never have enough storage space. A hefty memory card is the best solution for freeing up internal memory by offloading as much information as possible to the memory card. Information in this sense includes both data and applications.

Of course, not all applications can be moved to the memory card. Most applications installed on your device out of the box are fixed in internal memory, and even some third-party applications that you install yourself must live in internal memory. However, if you see an opportunity to install or move an application to a memory card, by all means do so, unless you have a good reason for storing the application in internal memory.


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