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working with extended and expanded memory. 1st ed. by James Forney. Published 1989 by Windcrest in Blue Ridge Summit, PA. Written in English.
MS-DOS Beyond 640K: Working With Extended and Expanded Memory By James Forney.
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By (author) James Forney. Publisher McGraw-Hill Education - Europe. Imprint TAB Books Inc. Publication City/Country New York, United States. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. Illustrations note 175ill. ISBN13 9780830643516.
In DOS memory management, expanded memory is a system of bank switching that provided additional memory to DOS programs beyond the limit of conventional memory (640 KB). Expanded memory is an umbrella term for several incompatible technology variants. The most widely used variant was the Expanded Memory Specification (EMS), which was developed jointly by Lotus Software, Intel, and Microsoft, so that this specification was sometimes referred to as "LIM EMS". LIM EMS had several versions.