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Old 09-08-03, 07:44 PM   #1
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help.....how to fix memory leak in my windows system?i'm having slowdown in browsing,etc.
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Old 09-08-03, 08:11 PM   #2
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help.....how to fix memory leak in my windows system?i'm having slowdown in browsing,etc.
Which version of windows and have you done any tweaking to it?
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i'm using windows 98se.BTW, i'm know nothing bout tweaking it(yeah i'm no pro) any suggestion? thx....
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The one piece of software you need to handle Windows 98 memory management:

Cacheman
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The one piece of software you need to handle Windows 98 memory management:

Cacheman
I totally agree with Saturnotaku, but for 98se I REALLY recomend using the 4.1 version instead of the 5's.

I always use the 4.1 version and set it to "98se power user" for greatest success, you also might want to set your virtual memory to a set amount. (Make the maximum and minimum amounts the same...if you don't understand that or know the setting just post up with how much memory you have in your PC and I'll write it out in an easy to follow guide form.)

I happen to love 98se meself, I'll be glad to help ya get it stable.
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I've even preferred version 3.1 myself, absolutely simple to use and it does exactly what it says it will. But that's just my preference.
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I've even preferred version 3.1 myself, absolutely simple to use and it does exactly what it says it will. But that's just my preference.
3.1? I don't think I recall that one.
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