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Determining memory-used and memory-free in a W98SE system


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I have forgotten the ???? in the command RUN ???? to determine just how much memory I am using. Can someone please remind me?

Also, what is the DOS command I can use to see how much memory I am using in my Recycle Bin? Or is there a better way to determine that in Windows?

Thanks for your help.
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Memory, or disk space?
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Disk space (used and free) is what I meant, want to measure
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Open My Computer, right click on C drive, click Properties
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Great. Thanks.
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You're welcome :)
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