RAM cram

RAM cram

Refers to having insufficient memory to run desired applications.
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The increased use of memory-resident programs (screen savers, virus protection software, fax managers) further increases the RAM cram, and often make the users ditch such programs out of necessity.
Loading High RAM cram is still possible, but DOS 5 has made it much easier to prevent.
Where a straight software solution to RAM cram may utilize extended memory, it often consumes a good chunk of RAM doing so.
RAM cram is the culprit, caused perhaps by too many device drivers or memory location conflicts.