Because 4GB isn't nearly enough memory for MLS ... ? <smirks>[/font][/size]Mr. Techno wrote:1. removal of the 4GB memory limitation of 32-bit.
There would be very little in it. MLS is a very light-weight app. The benefits would be trivial to non-existant.[/font][/size]Mr. Techno wrote:3. Windows XP Professional x64 is faster more reliable then 32-bit.
Optimum security? heh, you are quoting MS aren't you If you want security, run your MLS on *BSD, or Linux with properly configured iptables. Windows security is a joke.Mr. Techno wrote:4. Windows XP Professional x64 is built on Windows Server [2003 service pack 1 (SP1) This is very stable provides optimum security for business-critical desktop computing.
Besides, LDS policy is to use a common unchanging password for MLS. In my opinion that is a massive security issue. I find that a breathtakingly foolish policy [/font][/size]
That depends on where the bottle neck is. And the first conclusion is just wrong [/font][/size]Mr. Techno wrote:Adding more memory always makes a system more stable, faster running and less freeze ups and problems.
Time for solid state disks [/font][/size]Mr. Techno wrote:Memory is key to making everything run better in my humble opinion. It has for all of the systems I have delt with. Memory is better to access then reading from disk.