by   April 20 2011   
Windows 7 Memory does have physical limits. Be sure you read your system information file before upgrading memory. You might have to edit your registry to gain that 4GB size reading for 32bit operating systems. Best is the 64bit operating systems.

Windows 7 Memory table.

The following table specifies the limits on physical memory for Windows 7.

X86 = 32bit operating systems and X64 = 64bit operating systems.

VersionLimit on X86Limit on X64
Windows 7 Ultimate

4 GB

192 GB

Windows 7 Enterprise

4 GB

192 GB

Windows 7 Professional

4 GB

192 GB

Windows 7 Home Premium

4 GB

16 GB

Windows 7 Home Basic

4 GB

8 GB

Windows 7 Starter

2 GB

2 GB

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Windows 7 Memory does have physical limits. Be sure you read your system information file before upgrading memory. You might have to edit your registry to gain that 4GB size reading for 32bit operating systems. Best is the 64bit operating systems.