A CDE Definition
(640 Kilobytes) In the early days of PCs, 640K referred to the first 655,360 bytes of memory, known as "conventional memory." It was all the RAM that could be used for applications, although techniques were used to squirrel away drivers and other small programs into the upper memory areas. See conventional memory, PC memory and PC memory map.
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