Four years ago, the Microsoft gave out the good news that, after all, Windows has lost some weight. Regarded as the most hyped operating system out of the box, Windows 10, shed a few gigabytes is enough for Microsoft requires only 16 GB as the minimum space for PVTYH assigned to it. Now it's reversing course and doubling that number, but it can be actually prefer this time.
If you push the minimum memory required software, hardware manufacturers have no choice but to provide more. If Microsoft Windows 10 thumbnails on demand up to 16 GB, allowing equipment manufacturers for the production of computers, mainly low-end tablets and mini-computers to be little as 32 GB. These days, however, even telephones have a lot more (except for the entry-level course).
There is another reason why Microsoft with & # 39 is to increase the limit. Earlier this year, he announced that postponing 7 GB "Reserved Storage», to ensure that the upgrade will not break because the system runs out of memory. With 16 GB set aside for the Windows, and 7 GB of storage are saved, users 32 GB machine will only have 5GB or so left anything else.
Microsoft is now reportedly raised the minimum memory required Windows 10 up to 32 GB, at least since 1903 (May 2019) update. This requirement applies to both the 64-bit number and the remaining 32-bit systems. In practice, this will make the OEM, at least 64 GB of personal computers.
Despite the fact that there will be a problem for the new systems that are coming out this year, it could create a headache for the existing ones, which have only 32 GB inside. They may not be able to update to version 1903 and will be stuck with the version 1809 Termini which will expire in 2020. By that time, however, it may be time to upgrade low-end Windows PC anyway.