Start-up & Shut Down
Dumping Compressed Drivers
Funny why should Windows still be eating up so much conventional memory even though you are not using big drivers. But then again, maybe you did. Windows might be still dumb enough to use compressed drivers even though you don't need it. Solution? On our first Start-up & Shut Down tip, we showed you how to edit MSDOS.SYS. Open it up and change the lines to:
Just add the line if it isn't already there. Your conventional memory should increase after the change.
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