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windows vista Ultimate memory

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can windows vista handle 4 gig memory , I have the 32 bit system but also have the disk for 64 bit system .
I guess can you take the upgrade disk and not loss everything moving it to a 64 bit system ,
was told 32 bit cannot handle 4 gig memory . I have 2 gigs now want more performance .
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All 32-bit versions of Windows Vista are limited to 4GB of RAM. If you choose to install the 64-bit Windows Vista code on a system whose CPU supports it, your RAM limits vary according to which version you’re installing. For Home Basic, RAM tops out at 8GB. Home Premium users can install and use up to 16GB of RAM. The Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate versions support 128GB of RAM or more.

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