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    How do you check to see what is taking up the system resources? Like what particular program that is running in the task bar that is using the most and such. I know you check the percentage in Control panel, but I want to know how much ram each program is using. Is there a program for that? Thanks for any help.

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    I had a program that check the ram, i believe that it was called ram turbo. I not sure if that was the name, let me check.

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    Whats your operating system?

    Cant remeber if older versions have it but in xp, bringing up task manager>processes shows the memory usage of each upplication/process currently running.

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    Check this site.

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    Originally posted by TRshady@20 September 2003 - 03:34
    Whats your operating system?

    Cant remeber if older versions have it but in xp, bringing up task manager>processes shows the memory usage of each upplication/process currently running.
    Windows 98 Second Edition with 64 MB Ram. Yeah, I know I need more ram.

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    Yeah ram turbo is what you want



    Download

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    Originally posted by Shad0w Hacker@20 September 2003 - 09:44
    Yeah ram turbo is what you want



    Download
    Is that Shareware?I stick with FreeRAM XP Pro for Win 95/98/ME/2000/XP

    Go to my site on the FreewareRocks section.

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    Well i always have a crack. SO if anything i can provide it.

    Download FreeRAM (543k)

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    Thanks [B][O][T] and Shadow Hacker. I'll Check out both those programs.

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    You don't need to download anything. It's built into win9x.

    Programs\ accessories\system tools\ system monitor. On the left hand, top corner, you'll see a small button right below "file". click on it and choose what you want to monitor. Virtual memory, physical memory, kernel, processor, whatever you want info on. Configure it from there and you'll know exactly what's going on.

    You might have to install management and monitoring tools from the OS install CD if you did a minimal install to begin.

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