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Beyond the 4 GB limit in Windows

“A very detailed post by Geoff Chappell, first put up early this year, explains how the 4GB memory limit commonly bandied about for 32-bit Windows (he is writing mainly about Vista) is more of a licensing preference than an architectural limit.

The article outlines how Chappell unlocked his system to use all the memory that is present, but cautions that such hackery is ill-advised for several reasons, including legal ones.”

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