Every Service on Windows 10 to get its own svchost.exe process

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  1. Not really, this only kicks in if you are looking at > 4GB market size(3.5 real GB). For my tower I’m excited to see this coming out, it runs with 32GB of RAM. I have a 2n1 that has just 4GB and probably won’t see any benefits. Given the difference in software each machine is capable of running this is a great feature, both enabled and disabled.

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