A simple game called Rammap was created specifically to track brain availability so you can thereafter assess it on your hard desire.
Rammap displays the information in a color-coded format so that you can quickly identify which processes are engaged, on backup, modified, or inactive. Additionally, a list of every process that has been started, along with the total amount of memory used, concern summaries, external pages and ranges, and submit description and specifics like path, size, address, file type, prioritism and image, can be viewed.
- Use Counts: usage summary by type and paging list.
- Processes: process working set sizes.
- Priority Summary: prioritized standby list sizes.
- Physical Pages: per-page use for all physical memory.
- Physical Ranges: physical memory addresses.
- File Summary: file data in RAM by file.
- File Details: individual physical pages by file.
Overall, Rammap is a useful application with an average response time. The application doesn’t use a lot of your system sources, and the layout is user-friendly. Rammap is a useful tool to have if you want to know more about how Windows manages brain utilization.
- Windows version of Rammap 1.61
- Windows 8,
- Windows 10,
- Windows 7, etc.
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- most recent up-date:
- November 8, 2023, a Tuesday
- Russinovich, Mark