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Win95 FAQ Part 9 of 14: Maintanence
Section - 9.7. Does RAM compression really work? (No.)

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   Those programs were for Win 3.1 apps that ate ridiculous amounts of
   GDI memory (System Resources), where they fixed inadequacies in the
   operating system. Win95 has larger resource limits, and properly
   written Win32 programs won't use them... as much.
   
   Please save your money and effort, and stay away from this bogus
   software. If you really need to run 500 programs at once, get Windows
   NT Workstation. Or get an Amiga.
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 9 of 14: Maintanence
Previous Document: 9.6. How do I stop the constant hard drive access?
Next Document: 9.8. How do I stop the constant floppy drive access?

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