UC Browser system requirements
System requirements are the system parameters for stable and correct operation of the software recommended by the developer. This include both the necessary hardware configuration (CPU, RAM, Memory) and the requirements for the operating system installed on the computer. If you are not sure whether your computer meets the requirements of the program, it’s easiest to download the file and try to run it. Usually developers try to make programs that runs on most computers.
|Operation system||Windows XP or higher|
|Hard disk space||400 MB|
|CPU||2 GHz or higher|
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Description of UC Browser
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