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  1. Hello, I have noticed recently that when I check taskmanager, the RAM usage shows as if it were using more RAM than I even have installed (1GB). Although it shows such high usage compared to what I really have, my computer still seems to be responsive and fast. I have also noticed that after a restart, the ram usage will be back to normal, but when it is left on for a few hours the RAM usage gets a lot higher than it should ever be. I have run multiple virus scans with Malwarebytes, superantispyware, and spybot with a clean report. So why is taskmanager falsely showing such high RAM usage??? R
  2. This is just a quick voting poll on: Which Multiple Operating Systems and Memory Installed are you using on your single computer? (Optional) You may elaborate on your computer system here and your uses for it.
  3. I have icore 3 asus x45c with 2gb memory onboard, and recently i add 2gb more , ddr3 1600 hz visipro, all doing fine when start, but when memory usage reach more than 2gb it shows bsod (blue screen of death). I;ve check that x45c do support 1333/1600 , don't know what the prblm
  4. Hello everyone. Yesterday I did a clean install of Windows because I built a new computer. I had Windows 10 on my computer before I did a reinstall and everything was working just fine. I noticed the first day after getting my computer all setup and working that my memory usage was higher than ever. It never usually goes above 6 out of 8 gigs, but it has. I think it has to do with Steam. Whenever I download a game, over time it goes up gradually of .1 or .2 every few minutes, and then after a few hours, it maxes out and the mouse lags and I can't even shut down my computer so I have to hit the
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