I bought the extra memory. What I have to do something when I install the new memory? __I went to Disk Defragmenter and it always says that I have 35% of free space. The new memory will change this amount? Or is it important?

I bought the extra memory.  I have to do something when I install the new memory?
I went to the Disk Defragmenter, and he always says that I have 35% of free space.  The new memory will change this amount?  Or is it important?

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Monday, December 20, 2010 18:53:59 + 0000, Magallón wrote:
 
> I bought extra memory.  I have to do something when I install the new memory?
 
 
Generally no.
 
How many memory currently have installed? How did you buy?
Did you buy exactly the same type, brand, model, etc. ?
 
Why do you want more memory? Depending on how much you have now, and
What applications you are running, it may or may not do anything for you. More memory
is this not better for everyone. This is my standard message on this
Object:
 
The amount of RAM you need to good performance is * not * a
unique situation for all. You get good performance if the amount of
RAM you have prevents you from using the file page in a meaningful way, and
It depends on what applications you are running. Most of the people a typical range running
Enterprise XP applications find that somewhere around 512 MB
works well, others need more. Almost everyone will see poor performance
with less than 256 MB. Some people, especially those who do things
as modification of large photographic images, can see an improvement in performance by
adding even more 512 MB - sometimes much more.
 
If you currently use the page file significantly, more memory
will reduce or eliminate the use and improve your performance.
If you do not use the pagefile significantly, it will make more memory
nothing for you. Reach
WinXP - 2K_Pagefile.zip and monitor your use of the page file. Who should
give you a good idea of more memory can help and if so, how
lots more.
 
 
 
> I went to Disk Defragmenter, and he always says that I have 35% of free space.  The new memory will change this amount?  Or is it important?
 
 
You have 35% of your hard drive free. It's disk space, also called
storage. It is not memory, what is RAM. Adding memory will not make
any changes to the available disk space.
 
 

Ken Blake (MS-MVP)

Tags: Windows

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