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I recently purchased a new system with Win 98 installed.
My intention was to upgrade the Ram from 64M to 96M or 128M.
Through the rumor mill I heard that Win 95 and Win 98 will make use of only 64M and anyting above that is wasted.
Is this a fact? Will Win 98 make use of Ram in excess of 64M?
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WIN 95 or 98 will make use of the RAM, but you probably won't see much in the way of speed unless you are running some type of high power CAD, graphics, etc.
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