Memmaker

Memmaker

A DOS utility that optimized memory on 386 CPUs and up by determining the best order to load TSRs and drivers in the upper memory area (UMA).
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0, Microsoft also included Memmaker, which automated the tedious process of trying to configure memory efficiently.
We have teased out the necessary conventional RAM on our workstations thus far by using the DOS program MEMMAKER, but a commercial memory utilization program such as QEMM or 386Max may eventually become a necessity.
2 yielded 575 KB before using MEMMAKER and 619 KB after running MEMMAKER--a net gain of 44 KB.
Like MEMMAKER, both QEMM386 and 386MAX have automatic setup programs that evaluate your configuration and determine the best way to place your DOS, device drivers, and TSRs in memory.
2 versions come with a memory management utility called MemMaker that can do some sophisticated memory management.
0, which does not come with the MemMaker utility, so we began by tinkering with our configuration files.
0 -- DoubleSpace, a disk compression utility, and MemMaker, a memory manager.
Running MemMaker, also with Express Setup, took only a few minutes.