You can make Bryce large address aware using the free LAA tool. Then Bryce can at least use up to about 3.5 GB and doesn’t stop at 2 GB. The 2 GB limit is a huge hindrance and if we cannot have a 64-bit version at the moment, it would nice if Bryce could spill over to the hard disk. But Bryce is completely memory fixed.
Yes, dead-right. I recommend to download the Process Monitor as well, free too. It works like the Windows task manager but you can select the application (Bryce for example), and processor and memory usage is displayed for Bryce only. This is very helpful because if memory usage approaches 3.2 GB, the limit of Bryce is very soon reached.