From: Vincent Poy (vince_at_pele.WURLDLINK.NET)
Date: Sun Mar 26 2000 - 21:27:02 EST
On Sun, 26 Mar 2000, David Ross wrote:
> Re Freemem, rambooster, tweakall, etc:
> All of these programs have pros and cons, and one should try a bunch. I
> currently have both rambooster and freemem on my system, I find that the
> former has better features and better automation, while the latter more
> consistently frees up more memory, especially if I have set a 'hard'
> bound on the virtual swap memory W95 can use.
> None of these programs will free up "System Resources", just memory
> (though some claim to!).
System Resources is usually where the problem lies since I never
run out of physical ram, only about 50% of the 320MB on the 770Z and 384MB
on my desktop is ever used, it's the system resources that are always low
and nothing else can open afterwards.
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