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System Cache way too big.

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I'm currently running Vista SP1.
Intel Core Duo @2,4GHz

The problem im having is that when i check on the task manager, the physical memory information part, it says Cached: 1500, around half, while Free: 0.

This is happening 5 minutes after turning on the computer !!!, i havent even opened any memory consuming apps like Firefox or Photoshop yet and i already have 0 MBs free.

Why is this happening ?

For example, i tried running some Sisoftware benchmark tests on the memory and i wasnt allowed because i did not have any resources left.... and this was tried as soon as i restarted the computer.

Any ideas on how to check what could be wrong ?

Thanks in advance.
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