Sunday, August 18, 2013

How to Increase your RAM Memory without buying a new one

For such gamers who wants to increase their RAM Memory to have their game run smoothly and fast, well you don't need to buy a new one or upgrade it by spending too much of money. I will be sharing a simple trick to increase your RAM virtually if you are having plenty of free space on your disk. RAM stands for Random-Access Memory and it is also a form of computer data storage: Allow's all stored data to be accessed instantly and directly, For Example if you open a program it will take time to load but it creates a temporary data that when you reopen that app again it will be load faster and smoother than the first time you open it, but take note: too much of stored data on your RAM might cause your system to crash. So that's why we need plenty of RAM Memory.




For such gamers who wants to increase their RAM Memory to have their game run smoothly and fast, well you don't need to buy a new one or upgrade it by spending too much of money. I will be sharing a simple trick to increase your RAM virtually if you are having plenty of free space on your disk. RAM stands for Random-Access Memory and it is also a form of computer data storage: Allow's all stored data to be accessed instantly and directly, For Example if you open a program it will take time to load but it creates a temporary data that when you reopen that app again it will be load faster and smoother than the first time you open it, but take note: too much of stored data on your RAM might cause your system to crash. So that's why we need plenty of RAM Memory.


Just Follow my given steps below:





  • Right click on"Computer " then click on "Properties".

  • Then select "Advanced system settings" on the bottom left corner.
















  • Under Advanced Tab select settings... Under the Performance Options





















  • Inside the Performance Options Select the Avanced TAB and below select the "Change" button...


















  • Now another dialog box will open "Virtual Memory" select custom size and set initial and maximum size for virtual memory example virtual ram , then click on set and reboot your system




Now your system is working more faster than before.












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