Re: memory usage in vista??
On Tue, 9 Oct 2007 17:35:34 +0200, "Raptor" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi .
> i just installed my computer with vista. it is a 3,6ghz dual cpu with 1gig
> memory installed.
> and my que is...the memory usage is just over 650-700megabyte all the time..
> is this normal??
> i was using wxp before and the usage in this was much lower.
If it was much lower in Windows XP, something was undoubtedly wrong
there. Perhaps you had installed some software that created this
Both in Windows XP and Windows Vista, wanting to minimize the amount
of memory Windows uses is a counterproductive desire. Windows is
designed to use all, or nearly all, of your memory, all the time, and
that's good not bad. Free memory is wasted memory. You paid for it all
and shouldn't want to see any of it wasted.
Windows works hard to find a use for all the memory you have all the
time. For example if your apps don't need some of it, it will use that
part for caching, then give it back when your apps later need it. In
this way Windows keeps all your memory working for you all the time.
Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP Windows - Shell/User
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