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Score 35%
by Andre on Mon 5th Dec 2011 19:27 UTC
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I scored 35%.... but I switched to Linux ages ago.

But I want to comment on the 32 bit windows version memory question.

None of the answers is correct, as it lists 32 bit versions of windows 2000, xp, vista and 7.

windows 2000, and xp gold, xp sp1, supports PAE, and so has 36 bit memory space, and so supports over 4 GV

Starting with xp sp2, this 36 bit memory space has been disabled, and so it's limited to 32 bit memory space, resulting in max 4 GB, but usually around 3, depending on the adresses the hardware uses.

Since the situation is different on these versions, the correct answer is not listed.

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