Technical limitation

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A technical limitation is an inability of either computer software or hardware to achieve some functionality. For example, due to technical limitation, normal 32-bit computer operating systems have a 4 GiB limit on addressable memory.

A technical limitation of a software usually refers to what the defined system is unable to do as of its present state. The technical limitation of software usually serve as recommendations for improvements on upcoming systems.