Increase Application Keyboard Response Time (Windows 95/98/Me)
When running more than one application at a time, you may find that your system's keyboard response is slower. To alleviate this, you can adjust the amount of time allocated to processing keystrokes.
Change the Number of Spare Stack Pages (Windows 95/98/Me)
Windows sets aside a number of extra memory pages (spare stack pages) to be used temporarily to prevent a system "crash" due to a stack overflow condition. Sometimes all the spare pages can be used, and an error message is shown, this tweak allows you to increase the number available.
Modify the Number of File Handles for DOS Programs (Windows Me)
This setting controls the number of file handles available to MS-DOS programs run in each virtual machine. In Windows Me, each MS-DOS VM is given the default value of 30 file handles.
Use High Memory for DOS Drivers (Windows 95/98/Me)
This setting causes Windows to load the local DOS devices into high memory and freeing up more low memory for DOS applications.
Use Crtl + Alt + Delete to Restart the Computer (Windows 3.1/95/98)
Normally when you press Ctrl + Alt + Delete the Windows task list is displayed. Using this tweak the key combination will instead reboot the computer.
End Tasks Without Restarting Windows (Windows 3.1/95/98)
This setting specifies whether you can press CTRL+ALT+DEL to quit applications that cause an unrecoverable errors in 386 enhanced mode, without restarting Windows.