Higher RAM consumption


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    Higher RAM consumption


    mr.rifas ahamed:
    I am using ASUS Pro P2540UV configured with Corei5, 8GB, 1TB HDD and Nvidia 920MX for last 2 months. Windows 10 Pro had been installed with this. After working for a while with various application, amount of RAM consumption does not reduce to initial level (means that scenario which there were no running application). Previous usage of RAM level transfers to next turn on of PC. RAM usage aggregates while shutdown and turn on (system usage value is successively turning to high). When performing restart, RAM usage turns to normal level (approximately 20%)

    ASUSTek COMPUTER INC. P2540UV.300, 2016-10-11

    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64bit
    ASUSTek COMPUTER INC. P2540UV.300, 2016-10-11
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    mrrifas92 said:
    mr.rifas ahamed:
    I am using ASUS Pro P2540UV configured with Corei5, 8GB, 1TB HDD and Nvidia 920MX for last 2 months. Windows 10 Pro had been installed with this. After working for a while with various application, amount of RAM consumption does not reduce to initial level (means that scenario which there were no running application). Previous usage of RAM level transfers to next turn on of PC. RAM usage aggregates while shutdown and turn on (system usage value is successively turning to high). When performing restart, RAM usage turns to normal level (approximately 20%)

    ASUSTek COMPUTER INC. P2540UV.300, 2016-10-11

    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64bit
    ASUSTek COMPUTER INC. P2540UV.300, 2016-10-11
    That is normal behaviour as Windows 10 uses compressed memory (effectively a fancy disk cache) to hold information rather than reading/writing to much slower hard drives. If that memory is ever needed, it gets written to disk so memory can be used.
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