Posted 11 January 2009 - 10:00 AM
Pull up the Task Manager (Ctrl+Alt+Delete).
Click on the Performance tab.
At the bottom, look under Physical Memory.
What's listed next to Available, is what your NOT using.
If you're not using all of your available memory, that's a good thing.
That means you have more memory, than you need, so there shouldn't be any system slow downs, due to a memory shortage.
You always want more memory, than you need.
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