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  1. Posts : 20
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    ram usage issues


    hello everyone i think my laptops ram is behaving wrongly when it detects that i am using only 4.4% of the ram and the totall of usage is 56% while i have 8 gigabyte of ram? can any one explain please.
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    Helps if you are on the RAM tab, not CPU. CPU vs RAM are two different items. Laptops utilize resources better than desktops.
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  3. Posts : 20
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    bro67 said:
    Helps if you are on the RAM tab, not CPU. CPU vs RAM are two different items. Laptops utilize resources better than desktops.
    try and look under the cpu on the left there is the ram sorry i took the pic in the wrong way but still detects the ram down there
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    xblade02003 said:
    try and look under the cpu on the left there is the ram sorry i took the pic in the wrong way but still detects the ram down there
    You need to show that tab.
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  5. Posts : 20
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    bro67 said:
    You need to show that tab.
    just did sorry, i just want to make sure the ram is working properly
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    Now look at your processes to see what is using RAM and CPU. Click on the top of the column to sort highest to lowest. You can also use Process Explorer to look at sub-processes. Windows 10 really needs more than 8GB RAM these days. It is getting more and more resource heavy with each major release.

    I am running a desktop with a laptop board (HP/Compaq’s way of making home/budget systems) in it, with a AMD A4 CPU/GPU/APU, 16 GB RAM and a 3dNano SSD. Even with that setup, CPU resources are still high. Nothing that can be done. You just live with it.
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  7. Posts : 20
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    bro67 said:
    Now look at your processes to see what is using RAM and CPU. Click on the top of the column to sort highest to lowest. You can also use Process Explorer to look at sub-processes. Windows 10 really needs more than 8GB RAM these days. It is getting more and more resource heavy with each major release.

    I am running a desktop with a laptop board (HP/Compaq’s way of making home/budget systems) in it, with a AMD E1 CPU/GPU/APU, 16 GB RAM and a 3dNano SSD. Even with that setup, CPU resources are still high. Nothing that can be done. You just live with it.
    thanks i know now it is time to upgrade
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  8. Posts : 1,634
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    There is nothing wrong with that. There is no issue.
    You are confusing CPU usage and RAM usage.
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    Helmut said:
    There is nothing wrong with that. There is no issue.
    You are confusing CPU usage and RAM usage.
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    It all started when I was trying to install a game with a 76 gb of size but i got the unarc.dll error
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  10. Posts : 396
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    What was the exact error message
    but i got the unarc.dll error
    ?
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