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pcanywhere slow screen response running dos apps with win2k

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how do i speed up the pcanyhere remote screen response when running dos apps under win2k. i am using pcany version 10.  the screen response is good on the host but extremly slow on the remote.  when the host is running win98 the remote screen response is good.
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by:Igoroo
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Connection details?
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connection details?   using dsl at both ends, both computers are on a small lan which is connected to dsl to internet
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Hi donisak,

That's because under Win2k and up, DOSapps consume all CPU resources.
For the optimal fix try http://www.tamedos.com/
For the sub-optimal fix try moving the idle detection slider to maximum in Properties | Misc.

Cheers,
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Theo
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donisak, Please respond to the comments from the Experts.
See:  http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi49 Thank you, turn123 (s)
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