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turn off running processes to free up memory?


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what running processes can you turn off to free up memory ??
my total physical memory is @ 260632K
my available memory jumps between 32000K to 63000K
running windows xp,with 256 mb ram
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Click start, right click my computer, click properties, advanced, settings for performance, change for virtual memory, put the dot in system managed, click set, click OK, reboot

Windows will adjust the memory to suit

512mb would be better, 1GB would be good
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