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On Monday January 12, 2015 Highwinder said:
QEMM was a fantastic memory manager, it could get you all 640k pretty much no matter what you were trying to load. But for all QEMM's power and features, it was astonishingly crash-prone. Every single computer I ever ran it on had problems until I disabled it and went back to using MS-DOS's built-in MEMMAKER. When that wasn't enough, I always ended up using 386MAX instead of QEMM because it was stable.
On Wednesday September 30, 2009 Ken Killian said:
The best DOS/Windows Memory Manager
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