how to increase ram memory in windows 7

Posted by Shanky11 under Others on 12/22/2012 | Points: 10 | Views : 1865 | Status : [Member] | Replies : 2
i have facing this pblm??????????/
when i open visual studio 2010 somtimes it got hang for a while and shut
i hav checked my ram memory itsometimes got free memory = zero
how can i increae this memory so i could overcome this pblm
it only happens when i open vs 2010


Posted by: Ankitsrist on: 12/22/2012 [Member] Starter | Points: 25

if it is showing ram=zero it means many unnecessary process are running so just click ctrl+alt+delete,check and end process.....

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Posted by: Rama Sagar on: 12/30/2012 [Member] [MVP] Silver | Points: 25


Well this is a little tuto or in other terms tweak for the techs. SO. Faster PC , first of all why a faster PC ?? Well its not a question of a faster PC but this is more a question of when. If you've been running a large application (or several large applications, maybe a game, Photoshop, something like that) the RAM can get taken up quickly. Even when you close down these programs, RAM can still be eaten-up.

You'll notice this effect at the end of the day. When you first power-up your PC it's running smoothly, by the end of the day it gets sluggish. Yes, you can get various softwares to solve this. May of which costs but when free things matters, heres how a simple trick can work (in both XP and Windows7)

* Open up Notepad
* Type in

* MYSTRING=(80000000)
* Save the file as MEMORY.VBE (or RAM.VBE if you like.just remember the .VBE)
* Make sure you save the file to your DESKTOP.
* Just double-click the newly created file on your desktop whenever your PC seems sluggish. It will give your RAM a much needed boost.

Not that if you have less than 128mb of RAM (do you really? If so then Oh! wake up you need an upgrade) change the 80000000 to 160000000 and it should work the same


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