This is an application that assists in making applications large address aware. When a 32-bit application is large address aware, it can access up to 4 GiB on x64 operating systems and all memory that isn't used by the operating system and other applications on x86. 64-bit versions of Windows require no modifications to the operating system to benefit from this application; however, in 32-bit versions of Windows, you must increase the user memory setting. Instructions how to do this are in spoiler below. It is not advised to use this application if you have less than 3 GiB of RAM. This application may not work on older executables (predating 2000). Basic mode: 1) Open an executable to modify (click on the "..." button to browse). Alternatively, you can drag and drop a file on the gray text box. 2) Check or uncheck the box specifying whether or not you want to make it large address aware. 3) Click on save to commit the changes. Intermediate and advanced mode (Advanced shown): 1) Add files through the "Add" drop down menu or click on on Add Files. Alternatively, you can drag and drop the files into the list view. 2) Select the files you wish to modify by checking the boxes or using the "Select" drop menu. 3) Either click on "Switch Large Address Aware" (turns true to false and false to true) or select an option from the "With Selected" drop down menu. 4) If you wish to remove files from the list, you may do so in Advanced mode via the "Remove" drop down menu. Requirements: .NET Framework 3.5 or newer (get the latest version from Windows Update under optional updates). Disclaimer: This software is provided without guarantee nor warranty. Use at your own discretion. The creators of this software and the owners of this site cannot be held liable for any damages inflicted. Process Monitor: Process Monitor is useful in discovering if making the application large address aware will be helpful.