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Every time after a few hours of gaming and the internet, I have a problem with free ram. I always have in the 10s to 20s of free ram in Task Manager and my computer slows down like crazy until I restart it. How do I fix this?
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what kind of games and apps do you use?
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You can try refreshing your ram, taken from a google result

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After we had been executed multiple applications or simply a very "hard" game that requires many RAM memory, we can see how windows becomes a little slow...

This is because the remains of the applications used are blocking part of our Ram memory, so today, we are going to learn how to make a little but usefull script that will force our system to download the content of the memory to the archive of interchanges making that it upload again all the active information in the memory and eliminating all the useless information , this all in just two clicks!

Steps to do our script:

Open the note book and write the following:

If you got less than 128mb RAM memory write:

Mystring=(16000000)

If you got 128mb RAM or more, write:

Mystring=(80000000)

Now save this with whatever name you want but as an extension ".vbe"

Example: Ramfree.vbe

Save it when you wnat it, and everytime you double click it, you iwll refresh your RAM .
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what kind of games and apps do you use?
Google Chrome and Steam and CPU-z/GPU-z and real temp mostly those for apps and SC2 and BF3 for games. And some CSS.
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Google Chrome and Steam and CPU-z/GPU-z and real temp mostly those for apps and SC2 and BF3 for games. And some CSS.
hmm i know bf3 has issues with memory management, but i don't see why you'd have problems with web browsers. try looking through task manager for any programs using up too much ram. sometimes firefox.exe doesn't close properly on my comp and ram usage will leak to 2gb
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Ill try that vbe thing if it works, but I have my RAM OCed to 9-9-9-27 1900, and it always has a problem...

edit: yea i dont know either, I don't play a lot of bf3 too, mostly sc2.
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