Windows 8’s RAM Limit to Go Up, Way Up, but Microsoft Has No Plans for Virtualization Taxes


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The currently supported RAM limit is bound to go up with the advent of Windows 8 client and Windows Server 8, if the evolution of previous Windows operating systems is to be taken into account.

The next generation of Microsoft’s virtualization technology will also be able to play nice with more memory than ever before, according to Jeff Woolsey, the Principal Program Manager Lead for Windows Server Virtualization, who was talking about the hypervisor included in Windows Server 8.

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