After installing QEMM
, I had a 3-Meg RAM disk in extended memory and set the rest as expanded.
While I like QEMM
as a memory manager, it appears that isolated conflicts between its "Stealth" technology and Arago DBXL may exist.
Although DOS 5.0 comes with a memory manager of its own, if you're using DESQview, you'll want QEMM
. It will convert practically useless extended memory to memory useful to multitaskers.
* Quartedeck's QEMM
386 memory manager for its superior utilization of memory resources, leaving a lot of space for the biggest application programs
One big advantage of QEMM
is that it's a lot easier to set up in its optimal configuration for your system than the DOS 5 driver.