Cached Physical memory

June 27, 2009 at 08:05:51
Specs: Windows Vista, 4GB RAM
What is "caching physical memory" in task manager?
I use Windows Vista & My CPU is 2.2 GHz DualCore, RAM is 4GB. When i turn on my computer, task manager shows that nearly 2.7GB of RAM is cached.
Then, free memory is 60MB. But, memory usage is about 800MB.So, Can u explain me what is this incident? Please help.

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June 27, 2009 at 08:34:43
What do you mean by "caching physical memory" in quote?

Is that a service or process in your task manager? I'm sorry, I do not have that listed in my task manager.

If you are trying to understand Vista's memory management system, you need to realize that it is very different from XP's memory management system ... assuming you know what XP memory management system is in the first place. Simply looking at the task manager or wherever it is you are getting your "caching physical memory" pop quiz from & drawing an incidence situation isn't going to cut it here.

We need to know the problem you are having with your PC.

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