Tutorial How to Check RAM on Windows 10

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Have you ever experienced a PC or laptop that used slowed performance? If yes, performance is slowing down because the RAM installed on a laptop or PC has less qualified capabilities. The RAM on your PC or laptop functions as short-term memory that is used to run applications or open files. 
Tutorial How to Check RAM on Windows 10
Windows 10 (Photo: Fortune)

The more RAM you have, the PC or laptop you will have faster performance and be able to run more applications at the same time. Well, for those of you who are curious about how much RAM is used or whether it is enough to run software installed on a PC.

Here is an easy way to check RAM on a Windows 10-based PC, as quoted from Lifewire, Saturday (02/15/2020).

↪️ Use the Command Prompt

As mentioned, it's easy to check the total RAM and available using the command prompt by pressing the Windows + R key on the keyboard.

After that, type cmd and click Ok. After it appears, type systeminfo|findstr /C:"Total Physical Memory" to find out the total RAM.

Use the Command Prompt

Meanwhile, type systeminfo|find "Available Physical Memory" to know how much RAM is available.

Use the Command Prompt

↪️ Using Task Manager

If you want to get realtime information on the total RAM available, you can use Task Manager. To access this, click on the Windows taskbar and select Task Manager. Select the Performance tab, then Memory from the navigation menu on the left side.

Using Task Manager

Here, you will see the display of RAM used and available. This graphic and the numbers below it will change in real time when you open and close the application.

How, really easy right?

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