B) wipe the disk on my slow system and start afresh, or
C) just upgrade to a new system?
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IF you choose the upgrade path, I'd recommend 8gb of ram as a minimum. It seems to me that your programs require a lot of ram usage and CPU. Personally, I like to upgrade computers every 2 years to keep up to date. I always keep a backup hard drive for the content on the older computer.
Once I upgrade, I use the old machine for tedious work or work that I do on the side.
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