Surface texture Surface textures are two-dimensional textures that simulate various types of surface materials by using either an image file File and Stencil textures or a computer graphic procedure Bulge, Checker, Cloth, Curvature, Fractal, Grid, Highlight, Mountain, Noise, Ramp, and Water textures. There are 13 different types of surface textures. Environment textures map to directions. Surface textures and solid textures map to positions. Do not map a surface texture to the Reflection parameter of a shader because it does not produce realistic-looking reflections.
NET 4. This switch allows applications to address 1 GB of additional virtual address space above 2 GB. On bit editions of Windows the bit Alias application can utilize up to 4GB of address space with no modification to the system. The native bit version of Alias does not have have the above limitation and will utilize all available memory. Certain 3rd party software may alter the processor affinity settings, affecting multi-cpu systems running Alias.