From Phil Taylor@1:109/202 to All on Thu Dec 13 21:32:00 2007
I tried this but this did not really make that much difference in the
cpu usage maxing out
How to enable Tame for 16 bit Windows apps
Many Windows applications were designed for multi-tasking and do not
require Tame. Tame is normally disabled for 16 bit Windows
applications, but it may be enabled to help with troublesome windows applications if necessary. Note that Tame can reduce CPU used by
Windows applications , but the results are not as dramatic as with DOS applications. In some cases, the responsiveness of the application may
be reduced, or the application may not operate correctly.
To enable the use of Tame for Windows applications, copy the Settings\Default.tam file to a file named KRNL386.EXE.TAM in that same
folder. This will override the default settings for the KRNL386.EXE
program which is used to run Windows applications. .
Note that the new settings may not take effect until all users log off
or the system is re-booted because KRNL386.exe process remains in