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Lesson 21. Running DOS Applications > Configuring a DOS Application

Configuring a DOS Application

When a DOS program is started, a special area in memory is carved out, and a certain amount of system resources is allocated to the program. Some programs might need to make some adjustments to the resource allotment in order to run properly under Windows.

Each DOS program has its own properties, just like any Windows program. To change these properties, you use the Properties dialog box:


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