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Memory commands in W98

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In W98, how do I determine:

1. How do I determine how much hard drive memory I have and how much is still free? – Isn’t there a command one inserts into Start/Run that gives that information? What is that command?

2. How do I determine how much RAM I have?

Thanks. … wdc
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1) My Computer. By default left-click on the drive it tells you on the left by failing that, right-click on it -. Properties.

2) Right-click My Computer -> Properties.
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Major Payne

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1.) mem → opens Memory Information panel. Could go to drive letter and right-click and select Properties.

2.) This info should be available from Accessories>System Tools>System Info.

There's probably "34" different ways to do something on Windows so you may get more answers. :)


Edited by Major Payne, 11 June 2008 - 04:43 PM.

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