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Оригинальный сообщение: DrGlowire ,


Adding more RAM usually fixes low memory problems.  Windows uses a part of the hard drive as "Virtual memory" that it uses as a temporary addition to RAM.  The newer versions of Windows automatically control the size of the virtual memory, if you are still on XP or older (recommend upgrading since older Windows is not supported for updates or security) you can increase the virtual memory to help with the memory bottleneck.