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    Outlook.com comes with OneDrive: free online storage for your files and photos. Learn more about what you can do with Outlook.com and OneDrive.
    Outlook.com comes with SkyDrive: free online storage for your files and photos. Learn more about what you can do with Outlook.com and SkyDrive.
    When you synchronize your Exchange mailbox to an Offline Folder file (.ost), the Outlook status bar never shows higher than 3.99 GB when a folder is being updated. For example, you may see the following text in the status bar when your Inbox folder is...
    Describes a hotfix that enables the SD driver in Windows XP to support SDHC cards that have a capacity of more than 4 GB.
    Fixes an issue in which the capacity of a Secure Digital (SD) card that is larger than 32 GB is calculated incorrectly. This issue affects computers that are running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2.
    Describes why utilities in Windows Server 2003 and in Windows 2000 Server do not display physical memory greater than 4 GB.
    Describes a problem that occurs when files that are larger than 4 GB are read in Visual C++ .NET 2003. You may experience unpredictable results.
    Your Alpha-based computer with more than 1 Gigabyte (GB) of system memory and running Windows NT stops responding (hangs). This problem has been corrected in the latest Service Pack for Windows NT version 3.51. Microsoft has confirmed this to be a...
    Although Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 can, in theory, support partitions of up to 16 exabytes in size by using the NTFS file system, the maximum size of the system partition is limited to 7.8 gigabytes (GB). Note If you install software updates to a...
    Explains that the handle count for the COM+ Event System process may grow and eventually exhaust the virtual memory. Provides a method to resolve this problem.

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