Internal memory helps processor to processing. If system slow down, you should check , How much memory (RAM) PC have and how much of it is currently being used. You can find out these things in Task Manager.
To check memory and memory usage
- Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete, and then select Task Manager.
- In Task Manager, select More details> the Performance tab > Memory.First, see how much you have total, and then check the graph and see how much RAM is being used.
- Total amount of memory (RAM)
- Memory in use : If you find that much of your RAM is regularly being used, consider adding more RAM
- Memory slots used
To use ReadyBoost
ReadyBoost lets you use a removable drive, like a USB flash drive, to improve your PC’s performance without opening your PC and adding more memory (RAM). To use ReadyBoost, you’ll need a USB flash drive or a memory card that has at least 500 MB free and a high data transfer rate. For more detail about ReadyBoost, click here
If Windows is installed on a solid state drive (SSD), ReadyBoost can’t be used because the SSD drive is already fast and you won’t get better performance by using ReadyBoost.
- Insert the USB flash drive into a USB port on your PC.
- On the taskbar, select File Explorer.
- Press and hold (or right-click) the USB flash drive (or SD card if you used one instead), then select Properties.
- Select the ReadyBoosttab, then select Use this device.
Windows determines if the device can use ReadyBoost. If it can’t, a message appears to let you know.
- After Windows determines how much free space to use to optimize memory, select OK to reserve this space, so ReadyBoost can use it.
Change the paging file size to improve performance
The paging file is an area on your hard disk that Windows uses like memory. Increasing the paging file size can help improve your PC’s performance.
- In the search box on the taskbar, type advanced system, and then select View advanced system settings, which has Control panel listed underneath it.
- In System Properties, on the Advanced tab, select Settings in the Performance area.
- In Performance Options, select the Advanced tab > Change in the Virtual memory area.
- Clear the Automatically manage paging file size for all drives check box.
- Select Custom size, then enter an initial size (in MB) and maximum size in the corresponding boxes.
- Select Set > OK.
- Restart your PC by selecting the Start button > Power > Restart.
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