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Part: V Appendixes > BUFFERS= 2.0 and later—Internal

BUFFERS= 2.0 and later—Internal

DOS stores any information read from or written to disk in memory buffers. With more buffers available, it is more likely that DOS already has in memory the data requested by a program. The BUFFERS= command enables you to fine-tune your system so that DOS can perform disk I/O as efficiently as possible. BUFFERS= can be used only in your CONFIG.SYS file.


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