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Give your 16bit program its own space

If one of your 16bit Windows programs is crashing often or if you suspect it is causing other 16bit Windows programs to stop responding, try giving it it's own memory space.

Select the shortcut of the 16bit Windows program in question and go to it's properties ("Right click | Properties"). Go to the "Shortcut" tab and make sure "Run in Separate Memory Space" is checked.

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