I've used tools to effectively reduce the amount of RAM available to all applications, but is there something to do the same on a per application basis?
Specifically, I'm looking to limit the memory usage of Firefox 3.5 on an older machine with just 128MB RAM. Currently, Windows 2000 and ancilliaries (including a basic firewall) consume about 80-85MB. Open a few tabs in Firefox and physical RAM is soon used up causing inevitable slowdown.
Whilst I welcome ideas relating to Firefox, I'd really appreciate a more general approach that I could apply to any application.