Well still not sure why its showing this but you can turn them off from system tray icon.
Also checkout these setting too and increase paging file size according to you need.
Check this out https://forum.solidworks.com/message/864892#comment-864892
Can you post the warnings you get?
What brand of computer?
I also do not find your graphics card listed on the SolidWorks system requirements
I usually get it, but last for couple of second difficult to catch it.
Generally when I see this message it is pretty spot on. Open task manager and see how much RAM memory you have left.
I have seen this warning on brand new computer 64gb ram,
pops up on starting 2018, sometimes.
I have a titan xp at home, also got them,
Intel i7 4.1ghz
32gb ram ddr4
2x samsung evo ssd 512 gb
win7 pro 64x ( will have to take by force)
But some how I avoided the deactivate license thing all this time until last week and now I do not use at home, I remote in to work only.
work pc does not show low resource warning
16 gb ddr4
512 samsung evo ssd
win 7 pro
Does anyone do not see this warning?
Those using 32 gb RAM see this warning? I wonder.
I only have 16GB of ram and have never seen the low memory message but I am only running Windows 7. I received this message occasionally on my other computer running Windows 10 with SolidWorks 2016 and 8GB of ram but since it has been upgraded to 24GB of ram message has not appeared lately.
Usually this message has nothing to do with the physical memory you have left. It's more so that the GDI objects has maxed out or close to being maxed out at the default of 16,000. I was always getting this & found that 3d connexion was starting an LCD viewer that added a bunch of GDI objects. Google GDI objects & how to increase the default setting which may help some. You can check that by opening the task manager & selecting the Details tab. If it doesn't show up, RMB pick on any of the columns shown & select "SELECT COLUMS" and you can add the GDI objects to the list of columns.
Yes, its the good old Windows GDI problem. Can't believe they still didn't got rid of it in Windows 10.
First look at Task Manager and close programs that use lots of GDI that you don't need.
Then if you're brave, you can modify registry.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
This will set GDI to 10000.
Change 2710 to 4e20, GDI to 20000 (What I'm using)
Change 2710 to 7530, GDI to 30000
I see this message from time to time. Running Windows 10 Pro with 32gb RAM intel i7. Told by my VAR this can happen a lot.
If I see it and notice SW slowing down I go to SOLIDWORKS RX and run System Maintenance to clear any rubbish. Do a restart and things run a little smoother.
Maybe in SW19 this will improve !!!