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SW resource monitor / standby memory cleaning

Question asked by Markku Lehtola on Sep 21, 2015



working day started today 7.30am. After about 6 hours SW Resource Monitor tells me that resources are low, I should close some docs. I have new laptop with 32G RAM...Windows is using over half of my RAM for standby memory and doesn't seem to release it when needed...or SW doesn't know how to "ask" for it.


We have this tool to clear the standby memory:

RAMMap, there is free memory available again after running that tool, but SW resource monitor does not seem to understand that it's there and still gives me those damn warnings.


Is there any way to tell to SW, without closing it and restarting, that hey, there really IS free memory?