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What is the maximum number of threads/process in Windows 2000?

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What is the maximum number of threads/process in Windows 2000?  I can't seem to find a straight answer for this.   Thanks.
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Check this

You may or maynot be convinced ...

http://oldlook.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Q_20371478.html?query=maximum+number+of+process+windows+2000&searchType=all

In simple terms it depends on the memory configuration in your system

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