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INF: LIM-EMS Memory Limitations in a Windows NT VDM PSS ID Number: Q101189 Article last modified on 04-23-1994

3.10

WINDOWS NT

The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Win32 Software Development Kit (SDK) for Windows NT, version 3.1

A Windows NT virtual MS-DOS machine (VDM) session is LIM-EMS 4.0 compatible; however, each VDM is limited to 16 megabytes (MB) of memory.

A VDM is an MS-DOS session created whenever a user starts an MS-DOS application on Windows NT. Windows NT allows any number of MS-DOS applications to run simultaneously, each in its own address space.

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