The size of the currently available physical memory variable. Here are some information!
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Paging File Usage History
A chart that shows the paging file's utilization over time. The sample displayed in the chart depends on the value selected in the View menu under Refresh Rate.
totals for the number of handles, threads, and processes that are running on the computer.
Guaranteed Memory (KB) Memory allocated to
the programs and / or the operating system. Because of memory being copied to the paging file (called virtual memory), the value listed under Maximum can exceed the maximum physical memory. The Total value is the same as the value shown in the Paging File Usage History graph.
Physical Memory (KB)
The total physical memory (also called RAM) installed on the computer. Available indicates the amount of free space that can be used. System cache specifies the actual amount of physical memory used to allocate pages of open files.
Kernel Memory (KB)
Memory used by the kernel drivers and device drivers of the operating system. Outsourced refers to storage that can be copied to the paging file, which frees up physical memory. The physical memory can then be used by the operating system. Non-paged refers to memory that remains in physical memory and is not copied to the paging file.
The size of the actual physical memory RAM, for example, is 32GB for 2 x 16GB.
Physical Available (Physical Available)
The size of the physical memory currently available. This is the amount of physical memory that can be reused immediately without having to first write the content to disk. This is the sum of the size of the standby, free, and null lists.
The size of the system cache in pages. This is the size of the standby list plus the system work set.
The amount of memory in the paged and nonpaged kernel pools.
The storage that is currently in the paged kernel pool.
The memory currently in the non-paged kernel pool .
Block Size (Page Size)
The size of a memory block in bytes.
Handle Count Handle the
current number of open memory.
The current number of processes.
Number of threads (thread count)
The current number of threads.
The number of pages currently committed by the system. Note that page commit (using VirtualAlloc with MEM_COMMIT) changes this value immediately. However, physical memory will not be charged until the pages are accessed.
The current maximum number of pages that can be committed by the system without expanding the paging file. This number may change when memory is added or deleted, or when swap files have been enlarged, reduced, or added. If the paging file can be expanded, this is a soft limit.
The maximum number of pages that have been in committed state since the last time the system was rebooted.
FAQ 3: Updated on: 13 August 2019 19:29