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comment What is meant by a 32-bit PC vs. 64-bit PC?
"x64" is the name of a particular family of 64-bit processors; "x86" is the name of a particular family of 32-bit processors. "x86" doesn't mean "32-bit instruction set"; it means "a particular type of processor, which happens to have 32-bit instructions."
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reviewed No Action Needed Trying to power up an old pc with a laptop cable?
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reviewed Reviewed Program for warning sendings in LAN
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reviewed Reviewed Samsung Series 5 erratic keyboard and touchpad
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reviewed Reviewed Open File quit working
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comment Sharing hardware resources through network: specifically RAM
@Ramhound You seem to have misunderstood this answer. This answer says that it's impossible to combine a 2GB system and an 8GB system to get two systems each with 10GB (because that would be a total of 20GB, which doesn't exist). Interpreted overly literally, that is what the question asks. You're talking about combining 2GB+8GB to get two systems sharing 10GB, which is what the question is intended to ask about. So you've rather shot yourself in the foot with your claim that questions should be read literally: the literal question is nonsense; the intended question at least makes sense.
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reviewed Reviewed Sharing hardware resources through network: specifically RAM
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comment Sharing hardware resources through network: specifically RAM
I think you're interpreting the question too literally. Obviously, it's impossible for the computers to have 10GB each but it is, in principle, possible for the computers to share 10GB so that, for example, they could use 5GB each instead of the laptop being limited to 2GB. Performance would be terrible but it's possible in principle.
May
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comment Remove Leftover Thunderbird Notification Popup from Screen (Windows 8 Os)
On every Stack Exchange, there's a "help" link in the top-right corner. Go to "Help center" and then "What topics can I ask about here" and then you don't need to hope that your question is on-topic.
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reviewed Reviewed Issuing GET command from Windows 8.1
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reviewed Reviewed How can I use a wireless keyboard/mouse combo with a PS/2 KVM?
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comment How can I use a wireless keyboard/mouse combo with a PS/2 KVM?
I don't see how this answers the question. The wireless keyboard comes with the appropriate transceiver. The problem is (or, rather, was -- six years ago!) that that transceiver has a USB connector but the asker needs to plug it into a pair of PS2 ports.
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comment How can I use a wireless keyboard/mouse combo with a PS/2 KVM?
@fixer1234 Well, the link is more than six years old...
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reviewed No Action Needed What happens to TCP connections when I remove the ethernet cable?
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reviewed Reviewed Why are transfer speeds so slow from USB3 SD card to PC?
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comment Why are transfer speeds so slow from USB3 SD card to PC?
To express your agreement with other answers, please just upvote them. Aside from that, your answer doesn't seem to contain any new information that answers the question.
May
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reviewed Reviewed How can I easily block applications from invasively scanning my computer
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reviewed Reviewed How to Set my Mac $PATH back the way it was before in Mac OS X
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reviewed Reviewed Deployment of application in WT41N0 wearable terminal