Lack or excessive loading of operationalmemory - the misfortune of many computer systems. This applies not only to outdated PCs or laptops, but also to modern models, when too many resource-intensive programs are installed in the system. To reduce resource consumption, it is almost always necessary to clean up the RAM. In Windows 7, unloading unnecessary elements from RAM is not always done automatically, and manual intervention upon completion of processes can be inefficient, if only because the user simply does not know which process is associated with a particular service or program. Nevertheless, in this case, you can offer a few simple solutions that will help, if not completely clear, then significantly reduce the load on the "RAM".
Because the operating system can not alwaysto unload unused components of services and processes from RAM, users will have to do it manually. And start with those components that are loaded with the system, reserve a certain amount of RAM and sometimes, they say, hang there dead weight.
In our case, clearing the RAM inWindows 7 starts just by disabling elements that the user does not need, but they themselves persistently "eat" the memory. Use the msconfig command in the Run console, navigate to the system's configuration on the startup tab and see how many processes start there with the system (even after the first installation of Windows, not to mention when the user applications were installed or some additional Components).
Mainly in the startup there are differentthe kind of updateers that monitor the release of software updates (for example, for a Flash player), agents, loaders, etc. Even by all, any Skype program, and it constantly "hangs" in memory, although you can not use it (the application is not running, but its agent is active).
Thus, cleaning up the RAM inWindows 7 is made by disabling everything that you think is unnecessary. In extreme cases, you can leave only the ctfmon process (if one is displayed), which is responsible for changing the keyboard layout and displaying the language bar in the system tray, and antivirus updates. This is an ideal option.
Go ahead. Call the "Programs and Features" section of the "Control Panel" and go to the system components. And here a lot of interesting. For example, why keep the Hyper-V module active if the computer is not supposed to use a virtual machine? Why do I need an active print service if you do not have a printer? Disable all this without any doubt. The result will not keep you waiting (of course, only after a reboot)
But even with this approach after launching andthe subsequent completion of user programs in memory can remain some elements that the system can not unload (or does not want?). In this case, you will need to use additional measures, consisting of using utilities for cleaning RAM. As a rule, all such applications have automatic cleaning of the RAM (in the extreme case - according to the schedule), and at installation they take up a minimum of space (several megabytes).
Among the most popular and interesting utilities are the following:
In general, all utilities work on similar principles and use the same algorithms. As an example, we will consider a small program for cleaning the RAM Mz RAM Booster.
This application optimizes memory in the backgroundmode, unloads unnecessary or unused heavy dynamic DLLs and even reduces the CPU usage by processing process priorities through the system registry. As for the size ... You will not believe - 1.3 MB!
True, all utilities of this type are themselves constantlyare in RAM, and the icon is displayed in the system tray. But what is 1.3 MB compared to, let's say, a full 2 GB RAM, when is memory available at 1 GB?
That's all, as far as cleaning the RAM. As you can see, everything is simple. Which program to choose? This is your business. However, you should not forget about disabling unnecessary components of the system, because, no matter how good the third-party applications are, some system processes can not be completed by them.</ p>>