I've tested on multiple systems to confirm this. If I have a large file over 4GB and browse to the directory it's in, the computer will use up almost all the RAM and start freezing. No this is not an external drive or USB drive. This can be a secondary SATA or primary. It also happens when browsing to a file server and looking in the directory with the large file. This does not happen with Windows 7 32bit.
I've also tried the USB patch for Nvidia chipsets just in case that really did have something to do with it. The patch didn't help either. Has Microsoft released a fix for this?
Most folks would know the basics of how Dropbox works, so that’s not the purpose of this article. Security is what it’s all about, so here I’ll share how I choose to secure my Dropbox Account and the Data it contains.
This Micro Tutorial will give you a basic overview of Windows Live Photo Gallery and show you various editing filters and touches to photos you can apply.
This will be demonstrated using Windows Live Photo Gallery on Windows 7 operating system.