09 Nov '12, 10am

I'm trying to run Bitcoin on a weak computer, which client consumes the least resources?: I am running the stand...

I am running the standard client on a weak computer (Windows environment). It often is slow and unresponsive, and takes a noticeable chunk of the hard drive. I would want to replace it with some alternative client that offers the same functionality (mainly, running as server and supporting the standard Bitcoin API), while also consuming less system resources. Which Bitcoin client consumes the least system resources and is the best fit for weak computers?

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