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Memory: Optimal Configuration

2 GB, or more, RAM is required to run Windows on today’s PCs with any degree of performance. While Windows is running, it uses the RAM for practically every operation and the more you have, the faster your system will run. Parts of the operating system, drivers, applications and the files you are working on all need to be present in RAM. Unfortunately, Windows default RAM configuration isn’t always perfect, which means that valuable system resources get wasted. You can use the configuration options that Windows provides to optimally configure your system and increase the performance and stability of Windows.

Category: Basics, Hardware, Issues, Optimisation
Issue: 2016 Issue 4 April
Operating Systems: Vista, 7, 8, 10
Article Reference: M401

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