|Posted||2004-05-21 17:10:28 UTC ago|
|Subject||(DOS) Windows vs. NT Windows RAM|
Sorry if I missed much. I left to teach an A+/Network+ bootcamp on sunday. I
forwarded my email to Earthlink which has been eating 100% of my mail. I had
someone turn the mail server off thursday night so I can go to the ISP
directly and pick up mail til I return...
Wasn't there some "feature" of one(all?) of the Windoze 9x that had an
> upper limit to the usable RAM, this limit being absent from the
Yes. Windows 3.x through Me are DOS based. They have 640KB real memory
limits and then use high memory with 64K "swap outs".
NT4/W2K/XP/Win03 are all "protected mode" ram. The memory model is flat....