Windows NT4 and Memory
I knew from someone if I install Win NT4 in a computer wich have only 64MB of Ram and after that I move the HD to a computer with 128MB of RAM Windows NT4 won't will use that amount of memory.
So I'll need to restart the computer after doing some mainenance on the windows NT.
The question is: how do I do that?
They were probably referring to the Virtual Memory.
When NT is first installed is sets the amount of Virtual Memory (swap file space on the Hard Drive) based on the amount of system RAM. If more RAM is added, sometimes it is a good idea to increase the Virtual Memory which can be easily changed manually after installation
Just right click My Computer and then select properties. Look for the Performance Tab and click it. There will be a button that will allow you to change the virtual memory to whatever you prefer.
Yes, I know how to modify the virtual memory, but I suspect the people the told me that (which he dont'wnat to tel me how) is about other points of memory.
Well, You don't need to reinstall NT4 just because you move the OS to a system that has more memory... That would be like saying, you need to reinstall NT4 each time you add more memory to your system. If you really want to see if all the memory is being utilized, just right click on the task bar and open up "Task Manager". To test it, you can open up many applications and monitor the memory usage using the "Task Manager"...
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