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From: Rick Van Dusen <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] [Bulk] TMG 7 ,slowrunning
Date: Sun, 19 Sep 2010 14:51:27 -0700
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This would mean that your current load on the memory is about 4GB.
That's not "how much you use", but "how much you're using at the moment".
The numbers above that indicate that Windows is indeed seeing (able to
use) your full 12GB.
The 4GB-in-use part would tend to confirm that 12GB is more than enough,
not an issue.
There is the lingering question of whether your memory is of the type
and installed properly to be used to maximum by Windows, but I really
think this is a "possibility" question, a "lack of empirical data"
question; I don't see any reason to think this is a probable problem.
> I run Windows 7 Professional with (so far) possibillity to have 12 GB more
> memory (total 24 GB).
> By looking at the Performance Tab in the Task manager I see the following
> Labelled Physical Memory (MB)
> Total 12279
> Cached 1950
> Available 10256
> Free 8412
> Would this mean that I only use 4 GB of my memory?