This memory test tool was created on request of the user, here I worked hard and equipped it with a few extras!
1. Quick test and based on the Windows XP performance display in Task Manager !
2. The memory is very rare defect but you can test it once.
3. Primary I was interested in various evaluate how the Windows 10 behaves in high memory usage
It is more comfortable to use and you can also get some information about the Windows memory at a glance, and has access to other useful features! Man can set the memory test to infinity and just watch the Windows for behavior in high and aggressive memory usage to possibly provoke other components to system failures and the system in terms of RAM simply exhaust the system without gigantic test tools with several gigabytes download to have to.
Please just test the memory test tool !
More general memory info ...
The memory installed in your computer is very sensitive. It's always a good idea to run a memory test on newly purchased RAM to test for errors. Of course, a memory test is always alright if you suspect you have a problem with your existing RAM.
For example, if your computer does not start at all or reboots randomly, you may experience memory issues. It is also a good idea to check the memory when programs crash, sound beeps during a reboot, error messages like "illegal operation" are displayed or BSODs are displayed - some may read "fatal exception" or "memory management."
Optionally use the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool!
This Windows Memory Diagnostic tool is the preloaded memory test software available in Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows 10, 8.1, and Windows 10. The memory diagnostics tool runs automatically when you restart Windows. It may take a few minutes for the tool to check your computer's memory. Once the test is completed, Windows restarts automatically. If the tool detects any errors, contact the manufacturer of your computer for information about how to fix them, because memory errors usually indicate a problem with the memory chips in your computer or another hardware problem. Type "Msched" and look for the tool. (... see Image-1 Point 1)
FAQ 1: Updated on: 14 August 2019 11:10