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Calculating Free System Resource?

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Hi There,

I want to find function like a GetFreeSystemResource in Windows 95 and Windows NT.

I think GlobalMemoryStatus function does not exactly value.

How cal I calculating free system resources in WIndows 95 and Windows NT?

Help,

Thanks.
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Do you have any idea for Windows NT?

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Nope, but you may be able to get the information using the performance counters in the registry.

(There is some articles on how to read the performance counters on MSJ (www.microsoft.com/msj) look under 'Back Issues' and search for performance counters.
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