By default, Windows 7 do not use all available installed memory (RAM) in your computer above all if you use Windows 7 32-bit with 4 GB (in this case Windows will use around 3.5 GB) or Windows 7 64-bit with 8 GB (in this case Windows will use around 7.1 GB). So, let’s see how to force Windows 7 to use all of the available RAM in your computer.
- Click Start (round orb).
- Click the Run… button and, in the blank field, type msconfig and press the Enter button.
- Now, click the Boot tab
- Click the Advanced Options… button.
- Tick the Maximum Memory checkbox and click OK.
- Restart the computer for the changes to take full effect
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