Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 123 / NOVEMBER 1990 / PAGE 8

More Management for More Memory

You would think today's bigger, more powerful computers would be all the average user needs. Massive memory and large disk drives should be harder to fill up, but computer memory is like closet space: The more you have, the faster it's filled. As personal computer memory and power expands, software is following suit, gobbling up valuable room in memory and requiring increased processing power and speed.

All Charge 386 saves the day by freeing up conventional DOS space for large applications by loading files, buffers, device drivers, Terminate-and-Stay-Resident programs, and last-drive information into the reserved memory space above 640K. The program itself uses only 1K of conventional memory and allows users to move network shells and emulation programs out of conventional memory. No more scratching your head, wondering where all that memory went. The program supports XMS, and LIM 3.2 and 4.0 EMS and retails for a mere $99.

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