> JEMMEX could use big pages or
> PAE or both to access more RAM for various things, but this
> always leads to the question: How compatible will it be? At
> the moment, JEMMEX already is too fancy for many ancient DOS
> games which use pre-VCPI DOS extenders,

I think any protected-mode memory manager ("EMM386") disables ancient DOS  
extenders which have to start from real mode (i.e. pre-VCPI).

> so it is good that
> HIMEMX and JEMM386 are still separately available.

Separately from what?


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