> What is the use of VSHARE.386 ?
To free up the large chunk of DOS memory that loading SHARE.EXE
/l:500 /f:5100 gobbles up! Since VSHARE.386 allocates memory
dynamically, you can use very large databases without having to
worry about whether you've made SHARE.EXE's buffers big enough
or whether SHARE.EXE's taking up so much DOS memory that Windows
no longer has enough for the housekeeping information that it
for whatever reason needs to keep in the lower 640KB of RAM.
WARNING: I cannot be held responsible for the above They're coming to
because my cats have apparently learned to type. take me away, ha ha!