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Available Physical Memory Lower Than Total


What Does It Mean When Available Physical Memory Is Lower Than Total


If you have ever checked your system information, you may have noticed that your available physical memory is lower than your total physical memory. What does this mean and is it a problem In this article, we will explain what these terms mean and how they affect your computer's performance.


What is Physical Memory


Physical memory, also known as RAM (Random Access Memory), is the memory that your computer uses to store and access data temporarily. It is different from your hard disk or SSD, which store data permanently. RAM is faster than your storage device, but it is also more expensive and has a limited capacity.


When you run a program or open a file, your computer loads some data from your storage device into RAM. This allows your processor to access the data faster and perform calculations or operations on it. When you close the program or file, the data is removed from RAM and freed up for other uses.


What is Total Physical Memory


Total physical memory is the amount of RAM that your computer has installed. It depends on the type and number of memory modules that you have in your system. You can check your total physical memory by opening Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc) and clicking on the Performance tab. You will see a graph and a number that shows how much RAM you have in gigabytes (GB).


What is Available Physical Memory


Available physical memory is the amount of RAM that is not currently in use by any program or process. It is the memory that your computer can use to load new data or run new programs. You can also check your available physical memory by opening Task Manager and clicking on the Performance tab. You will see a graph and a number that shows how much RAM is free in gigabytes (GB).


Why is Available Physical Memory Lower Than Total


It is normal for your available physical memory to be lower than your total physical memory. This means that some of your RAM is being used by your operating system, background processes, or active programs. As long as you have enough available physical memory to run the programs that you need, you should not experience any performance issues.


However, if your available physical memory is too low, you may encounter problems such as slow performance, freezing, crashing, or error messages. This means that your computer does not have enough RAM to handle all the tasks that you are trying to do. In this case, you may need to close some programs, reduce the number of tabs or windows that you have open, or upgrade your RAM.


How to Increase Available Physical Memory


If you want to increase your available physical memory, there are a few things that you can do:


Close any programs that you are not using. This will free up some RAM for other uses.


Disable any unnecessary startup programs or services. These are programs or processes that run automatically when you start your computer. They can consume some of your RAM even if you are not using them. You can disable them by using Task Manager, System Configuration (msconfig), or a third-party tool such as CCleaner.


Clean up any junk files or malware. These are files or programs that can clutter your storage device or infect your system. They can also affect your RAM usage by creating temporary files or running in the background. You can clean them up by using Disk Cleanup, Windows Defender, or a third-party tool such as Malwarebytes.


Increase your virtual memory. Virtual memory is a feature that allows your computer to use some of your storage device as an extension of your RAM. When your RAM is full, your computer can move some data from RAM to virtual memory and vice versa. This can help prevent low-memory errors or crashes, but it can also slow down your performance because accessing data from virtual memory is slower than accessing data from RAM. You can increase your virtual memory by going to Control Pane




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