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10 Nov 2013   #11

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10 Nov 2013   #12

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Windows XP and above are not DOS. The Last version of Windows based on DOS was Windows ME. Windows XP and above are based on Windows NT. There is no limitation on the RAM's speed/frequency or any other parameter, except for capacity.
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