Windows 10 memory usage 100% Solved

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    Windows 10 memory usage 100%

    Hi tenforums,

    I am currently running Windows 10 (OS Build 18362.295) and today after applying windows updates I noticed my memory usage hitting ~100% consistently whilst idle. I can't tell if this is related to the updates but I kinda suspect a faulty driver or something.

    Is there any way to figure out what is causing this? One thing I tried was installing Windows Driver Kit for the poolmon tool but I couldn't find it anywhere.

    Thanks for your time.
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    Post a screenshot of Task Manager- Performance tab showing memory info.
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