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ac186bab57 The OS is still 32bit (as in the virtual address space remains at 4GB), so the statement about 32bit OSes can only address 4GB is still false. All you have probably done is changed the way Vista reports RAM. Why? A 32-bit register means that 2^32 addresses, or 4 gigabytes worth, can be referenced. Besides, as was pointed out, it's 36-bit with PAE, not 32-bit. This is why users see less than 4 if that's what they installed. NOTE: this has nothing whatsoever to do with how much RAM can be used. Score 0 notherdude 3 May 2009 23:01:43 mikrev007 said:I am lazy, I guess. i decided to update windows using Windows Update. Score 0 Scotteq 18 July 2009 00:30:39 Really. If you have a 64bit.
It is only available for DEP. Quote:In computing, Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature of some x86 and x86-64 processors that enable the use of more than 4 gigabytes of physical memory to be used in 32-bit systems, given appropriate operating system support. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. .. Switching to 64bit mode gives you an entire new instruction set, new registers, a pretty large virtual address space, etc. Facebook Contact Us HomeActivityCloudAdvertisingCloud ComputingDomains & HostingSecurityWeb AnalyticsWeb PublishingWeb ServersOSWindowsLinuxSoftwareDatabasesDeveloper ToolsEnterprise SolutionsOfficeMedia & PicturesGPS Navigation & MappingSocial Networking & CommunicationUtilitiesWeb BrowsersComputer & HardwareGadgetsGaming & LeisureSmartphonesMobile AppsWindows Mobile (Pocket PC / PPC)Networking Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit (x86 and x64) Maximum Supported RAM Physical Memory Limit HomeOperating SystemsWindowsWindows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit (x86 and x64) Maximum Supported RAM Physical Memory Limit Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit (x86 and x64) Maximum Supported RAM Physical Memory Limit Windows Vista is by far the most resource hungry and memory usage extensive yet operating system available to date, as has been shown by the high-end system specifications that needed to run Windows Vista properly and efficiently, especially if you intends to enable all advanced Windows Vista features in a Windows Vista Premium Ready PC. I see little point in clinging to what amounts to a workaround to a physical limitation of 32-bit.