Extended Memory Specification

In computers, especially those running the MS-DOS operating system, a successor to the expanded memory specification that allowed 80X86 computers to access additional memory, both for storage and for running applications. XMS required a 16-bit processor, but with the advent of 32-Bit processors all extended and expanded memory features are available directly within the microprocessor.

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