Considering the quantum memory channels, we study the dynamical evolutions of quantum coherence and quantum mutual information as measures of quantum correlations under the actions of different decoherence channels on some bipartite initial states. Under any quantum operation or process occurring in a noisy environment, quantum correlations exhibit behavior that does not increase due to the system interacting with its environment. We state that for such a case the decrement of quantum correlations can be improved by the suitable choice of the initial states and by adjusting the parameters. Thus quantum correlations can be partially preserved against the action of the environment. It can be shown that optimal conditions to prohibit the partial loss in quantum coherence and quantum mutual information for performing any quantum information task may be generated by the memory.