How can I solve my resource problem?
Many computers running Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows ME are
experiencing resource problems. Every resource is a small
number for Microsoft Windows. To identify these resources,
Windows reserves small areas of memory to keep track of
these numbers. There are three known areas USER, SYSTEM and GDI.
Once an area is full, your computer will start to behave
strangely. This is not related to memory at all, but to the
fact that these areas are simply full. Only a reboot can solve
this problem. For the moment there is no known solution to
Lots of users report that FreeMem helps with system stability
and by simply forcing Windows to do its clean-up job many leaks
are fixexd. However there is absolutely no proof that FreeMem
can help with resource problems.
Microsoft Windows NT and Microsoft Windows 2000 do NOT have
any resource problems. These operating systems manage resources
in a completely different way and for real power users the latest
version is highly recommended.
Microsoft once published an article on resources but removed
it in the meantime. You can find a backup-copy here.
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