Below is what I understand, please correct me if i'm wrong about the 3GB part?
a win32 application's virtual memory address space is limited by 4GB.
Of the 4GB memory address space each process gets, only 2GB is actually available for the program to use; the other 2GB is reserved for use by the kernel.
- The /3GB boot option can allow some programs to use more memory address space.
If such an win32 application is running on a Win64 OS,
does the above 4GB limitation of total virtual memory address space accessible still applies?
does the 2GB limitation still applies?
is the /3GB option still available?