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What is the maximum amount of memory a 64-bit version of windows 7 home premium can support?
192 GB max RAM on 64 bit processor or 4 GB on a 32-bit
Volatile or Non-Volatile Memory? If it is Volatile, like RAM, then it isn't by the number of cores, but by the number of physical slots available and by processor … Bit-Rate. 32 Bit Systems (Processors, Operating Systems, or both) can only access up to 4~ GB of Volatile memory, such as RAM. This is lowered to 3GB, since there is an overhead associated with background operations. Calculation: 2^32 = 4,294,967,296 bytes 4,294,967,296 / (1,024 x 1,024) = 4,096 MB = 4 Gigabytes if all things are perfect. 64 bit Systems (Processors, Operating Systems, or both) can access a MUCH, MUCH larger well of Volatile memory. Something along the lines of EXAbytes. (Which is two steps beyond Terabyte) 2^64 = 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 bytes 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 / (1,024(Kb) x 1,024(Mb) x 1,024(Gb) x 1,024(Tb)) = 16EB (Exabytes) Many 64-bit processors have 48-bit addressing, so their actual maximum memory addressing capability is in the Petabyte range. Non-volatile memory addressing is essentially limitless. I believe there are theoretical limitations, but I don't have the knowledge at hand to calculate them.
XP Mode only works on Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate, and Windows 7 Enterprise.
Yes. All versions of Windows 7, including Home Premium, fully support dual core processors (both intel and AMD).
The serial number is a unique number to identify that exact laptop. It's located under the laptop or in some rare cases behind the battery.
No reason why not - Windows 7 should detect the printer when you plug it in for the first time - and set up the device drivers OR - it will ask for the disc that came with the… printer.
It requires 192 GB of system memory. I am assuming that you are getting this question from the Windows & Configuration textbook by Craig Zacker, as I found that exact question… in there. You can find the answer on page 15 in table 1-4. Hope that helps!
I'm not sure what you mean by loader but to activate windows 7 Home Premium all you have to do is open the start menu, right click on Computer and click properties. Then click… activate windows and you should be good to go.
You probably already know that Windows 7 is one of the later Microsoft operating systems. The Home Premium 64-bit version requires a processor capable of processing 64 bit com…puter words in binary computer language. If you don't understand what it is, you probably don't need that much power.
It appears that you can do this upgrade. See the related link below. theres that or you could get the theme file from me if you want it, email@example.com
What are the differences between a windows 7 home premium upgrade and a windows 7 home premium full version?
Upgrade implies that you have to have a copy of Vista home premium in order to install upgrade. Full version is comprehensive and does not require you to have any OS in advanc…e.
when your say memory I think you mean ram for a 32 bit a minimum of 1 gb of ran without windows xp mode. With windows xp mode it will be 2 gb of ram.
In Windows 7
All computers that can run any W7(but the starter) can install and run any of the other editions.
Windows 7 Professional is much better than Windows 7 Home Premium as it has more features geared towards businesses like Windows XP mode, higher RAM limit, the ability to …participate in a Windows Server domain and others. However, it is more expensive then Home Premium.
It ended on the 10th of April 2012.