GDI resources used by Word

Subject: GDI resources used by Word
From: "Less is more." <yvonne -at- SMARTSTAR -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 6 Apr 1995 08:04:08 -0700

Jim Brandenberger <JBranden -at- P02 -dot- IL50 -dot- MICRO -dot- HONEYWELL -dot- COM> says in response
to Jane Bergens comments about resource usage by MS Word:

> The Graphic Device Interface (GDI) is the resource bottleneck. This is a
> dedicated memory block (Only 64 K bytes) that Windows provides for
> applications to access the display.

> Microsoft saz, Windows 95 will fix all! It's hard ti ty[e wuth yout fingets
> crissed!

Windows NT also fixes the GDI segment limitation. (And it's available now,
as opposed to whichever year Windows 95 comes out officially.)

Yvonne DeGraw
Sr. Tech Writer
SmartStar Corporation
yvonne -at- smartstar -dot- com


Previous by Author: Book Reviewers at STC Conference
Next by Author: Re: What Degree Would You Get?
Previous by Thread: On-Line HTML Course
Next by Thread: Re: GDI resources used by Word


What this post helpful? Share it with friends and colleagues:

Sponsored Ads


Sponsored Ads