First of all, it's not a "control panel" it's just a window that let's you edit the memory allocation.<br><br>Now, here is what I do. For example, let's say an app's suggested size is 5320, then I will give it either 5500 or 6000 for the minimum size, and about 10000 or 15000 for the suggested (just to be "safe"). I also have alot of RAM (384MB) and I don't have to worry about filling it up! Also, I think ahead to what the program will be doing. For example, I will give photoshop way more RAM than it needs. And if I know a program is buggy, I will also give it alot. Hope this helps.<br><br>[color:red]-- John Bailey</font color=red> ( [color:red]Bdog</font color=red> )<br><br>[color:blue]Email Me!</font color=blue> [email] [color:green]firstname.lastname@example.org</font color=green> [/email]
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