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Still feels weird to realise that the Commodore 64 was named after its 64kB of memory. Kilobytes, not MB or GB. Or 64 bits...

And of those 64 kilobytes, 32 kB were switched off by default and its address space used for the I/O chips. Because who needs that much memory?

There were businesses that ran their whole admin on one Commodore 64.