Computer people here’s a softball for you:
I’ve got a late 2008 MacBook (5,1) that, other than having to replace the battery earlier this year, still runs perfectly and does everything I need it to do. It still has the original 2X1GB RAM, which is still sufficient for most applications I run (I experience some degree of slowdown and “pinwheeling” when I have a lot of stuff open), but I’m planning on upgrading to Mountain Lion and would like to upgrade my RAM for improved performance.
I’m pretty sure I know the answer, but just to double-check, do I want 1 4GB stick, or 2 2GB sticks?
Bonus question: Apple’s official documentation says this computer can use up to 4GB of RAM. Why can’t I put in more?