Solved About increasing the RAM usage limits per processes.

April 4, 2017 at 02:40:38
Specs: Windows 7 Pack1, 3.9 GHZ / 16GB DDR3
Like Chrome (64 bit) tab crashes when passes 3GB ram.
Let say I upload a large video on youtube let say 4-5 GB in size.
I stop the upload at 90%.. And resume,..
It says "pending" and ram increases to 3GB and crashes the tab.
higher the download percentage is, more ram it consumes.
if it would work the "pending" would become the last % you've stopped the upload.

is there a way to increase the Chrome limit to let say 3GB to 8 or even 10GB RAM?

I have 16 GB RAM DDR3.
Windows 7 home premium.


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April 5, 2017 at 16:48:33
Windows does not impose any per process RAM usage limits for 64 bit processes. 32 bit processes are limited by the architecture to about 2 GB and there is nothing you can do about that. The system memory manager assigns RAM according to need and availability. If it is not assigning more to a process it is because it has determined more would do no good. There is no way to override this.


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April 4, 2017 at 10:58:34
Chrome is probably the worst browser of those currently available, it's memory usage is poor and it's just a buggy piece of software.

Do yourself a favour, ditch it & install Mozilla Firefox.

That should see the problem solved.


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April 4, 2017 at 13:16:19
well I tried another browser, it doesn't resume the upload where it was.
I'm asking if theres a thing in chrome:// w/e you can edit, alter and increase its 3gb max.

like you edit some script or something and you put higher limitation.


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#3
April 4, 2017 at 13:49:03
Why is your video file so large & why would you deliberately stop the upload with just 10% remaining?

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#4
April 4, 2017 at 18:44:50
well had an emergency.
Is there a way to increase its limit?
I have lots of ram and I wanna rise it to let say 6-8gb.
I'd still have few GB left so doesn't lag my whole comp.

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April 5, 2017 at 15:04:10
@Zaxtor

Upload Limit <> RAM Limit !
Read System or MoBo Manual For maximum size of RAM (Memory Module/Modules) that Supported by Hardware.

Upload Limits :
Google chrome (32bit version) and Opera can upload files of 2GB, 4GB or more size without problems.

Internet explorer 32bit (ALL Versions) Upload Limit 2GB
Internet explorer 64bit (Version 8) Upload Limit 2GB
Mozilla Firefox (ALL Versions) Upload Limit 2GB
Google chrome (ALL Versions) Upload Limit >2GB ***
Opera (Version 10) Upload Limit 2GB >2GB ***
IIS (Versions 6,7) Upload Limit 4GB ***
Huge ASP upload (Versions 6,7) Upload Limit 4GB

Technical Note :
"HTTP PUT" method of HTTP (protocol) is the default protocol in most browsers. This Method supports the files with max. 2GB size.

Good Luck.

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April 5, 2017 at 16:48:33
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Windows does not impose any per process RAM usage limits for 64 bit processes. 32 bit processes are limited by the architecture to about 2 GB and there is nothing you can do about that. The system memory manager assigns RAM according to need and availability. If it is not assigning more to a process it is because it has determined more would do no good. There is no way to override this.

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