Microsoft is once again review the minimum system requirements for installing the new operating system Windows 10. This time the changes affected RAM. Initially, the software giant announced that for optimum performance on 32-bit operating system required a minimum of 1 GB of RAM and at least 2 GB of 64-bit Windows 10. But during the month of May 2016 minimum system requirements were changed and 2 GB of memory was the minimum necessary to memory, regardless of operating system version. Now the corporation returns the minimum system requirements of Windows 10 to their original state. That is, for 32-bit Windows 10 minimum RAM again is 1 GB. In the disk space will change - at least 16 GB of 32-bit version and not less than 20 GB for 64-bit operating system. The reasons for this change are not reported in msdn, but probably this is related to the optimization of the operating system itself in upcoming changes to the interface and other factors. And not only. Perhaps Microsoft is aiming manufacturers of cheaper tablets to come back to models with 1 GB of RAM to work on Windows 10.