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____/ TomTom on Sunday 26 October 2008 00:47 : \____
> Terry Porter wrote:
>> I've just read that Vista32 can only use 3GB of RAM and Vista64 is
>> limited to 4GB of RAM, what's up with that ?
> What does Linux actually do with that 8GB of ram?
Intensive database/video/rendering stuff, and not just on servers.
For users whose computers run Fisher Price apps like IE and use just one
virtual desktop (or one task at a time), not much RAM will be needed.
Memory limitations impact development and imperil 'innovation'. Come to
consider how little Windows has improved in 12 years. Without ISVs, Windows
would be years behind its competition in every way.
~~ Best of wishes
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