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Windows 7: Windows 7 64-bit and memory usage while downloading

28 Aug 2009   #21

Win7 x64

Win7 x64 works fine in 2GB for most purposes, no different to Vista. Similarly though, 4GB is a noticeable improvement when you have lots of things open, with less pagefile swapping.

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