Will memory increase make noticeable difference?

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    Will memory increase make noticeable difference?

    I'm thinking about upgrading from 4GB to 8GB on my Dell Vostro desktop machine with an I-3 processor, running Windows 10. I run pretty generic stuff, but use Kodi for streaming video. This may be a dumb question, but do you think it would make much of a difference in performance?
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    One way of looking at that might be to examine how your paging file is used and whether it's used intensively when your PC is especially busy, and whether you ever get close to using all your RAM.

    (E.g. use Resource Monitor to view hard page faults/s)

    Explan: e.g.
    What Are Hard Faults per Second (aka Page Fault), and How Many of Them Is Too Many?
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