I've been using FreeNas for years. My hardware just died, and I need to re-do my setup. I had FreeNas running for probably the last 5 years or so on a Pentium 3 something, with about half a gig of ram. It was an ancient garbage computer that I threw a couple of large drives into. Now, looking at the minimum requirements, I've found that I'd have to buy a new-ish computer with 4 GB of RAM, and the OS itself takes 2+ GB! My question is: What happened to this project in the past few years that made it turn into bloatware? It was a great, easy-to-use, lightweight but powerful tool. Now, it has a larger footprint than WINDOWS, but it's still just a file server?!