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I'm running VS2008 of a Dell XPS 2010 Laptop(the size of a small car) with 4gb ram

To work on 3 webs simultaneousely is the best method to have 3 instances of VS2008 running?

I'm doing that now...just wondering if there's a better or more efficient way.
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that is the best and only way
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As Chandan has said, it's the only way you can do it.  VS is a memory hungry beast at times, but with 4GB ram, and I'm assuming a decent processor, you should be more than fine.  Only way to make the experience better is to get a monitor and use that too.  

Only other way is if all 3 sites were part of the same solution, but even then you're having to jump between projects.
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by:lrbrister
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Thanks Chandan_Gowda:

Thought so.  Yeah...I have plenty of memory and 4 - 21" monitors connected so I'm living large at the moment.
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