something is stealing my ram usage.. ;(

December 9, 2010 at 03:04:03
Specs: Windows Vista, intel core 2 quad 6600 @2.4GHz

im running vista home premium 64bit.
got an ati 3870 grafics card.
processor is a intel core 2 quad CPU 6600 @ 2.4GHz
with 8 gigs of ram. DDR3

I have no idea why but something is stealing all my ram usage.. ;( and i cant find a solution..

could anyone help me please. :) or is it that i just have a crappy computer?? dont really know

total is 8190
cachestorage is 6967
free is 32.

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December 9, 2010 at 03:10:57
Well from your computer spec im going to say you must know abit about PC builds from the 8gb ram you have installed. it could be that you have alot of prgram running in the background sum Anti virus software use a lot of ram and google chrome uses alot compared to other browsers.

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December 9, 2010 at 05:00:42
From your post it is impossible to determine that there is a problem, let alone what it might be.
It is completely normal to have a very low value for free memory. Windows will always try to find some use for as much memory as possible in an attempt to improve performance. A high value for the cache indicates the system is very lightly loaded. This is a good thing.

There is nothing here to indicate there is a problem. Unless you are having performance problems I would not be concerned. Understanding Task Manager isn't nearly as simple as it may appear. Even many computer professionals lack a basic understanding.

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December 9, 2010 at 09:40:27
thank you LMiller7 for your advice, im running panda anti virus 64bit. and i dont have crome..

daniel.marriot: well the funny thing is i bought it of a friend who actually know alot about computer building. i bought it for 5000kr swedish. when the actual pris to build it was just under 9000kr.

i actually have know idea about computer building, but im learning slowly.
im running panda anti virus 64bit. and i dont have crome..

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