Fix Low Virtual Memory using Windows 7 Support

I’ve often had to face this issue of running low on the Random Access Memory of my computer. This occurred whenever I tried running multiple programs on my PC. And the other day, my computer had frozen like, five times in the few couple of hours. All of a sudden, it just crashed on me and when I tried clicking the mouse, caused stuff to stop responding! Well, lucky thing I had the Windows 7 Support guide with me. If only I had thought about referring it sooner, I would’ve spared myself a lot of time and effort!

Windows 7 support has really got good information on how to fix issues such as these easily and effectively. For instance, the problem that I faced was due to low storage space on my RAM. When your computer runs out of space on RAM, it relies on virtual memory. Virtual memory is a temporary disk space used to compensate for the insufficient RAM on your computer. Windows 7 support suggests increasing the memory used by your computer to fix such issues effectively.

Windows 7 support guidelines to resolve this issue

You can follow the below mentioned Windows 7 support guidelines to resolve this issue.

  1. You can start off this Windows 7 support procedure by opening the Control Panel from the Start menu.
  2. Click on the “System and Security” option and select “Security“.
  3. The next step of this Windows 7 support procedure is to open the Windows System properties screen by clicking on “Advanced System Settings”.
  4. You can now select “Settings” from the Performance tier. Then click “Advanced” followed by “Change” from the Virtual Memory tier.
  5. The next step of this Windows 7 support procedure is to enable the “Automatically Manage Paging File Size For All Drives” option. This will allow Windows 7 to automatically lend virtual memory to any application as required. Now your Windows 7 support procedure is almost over.
  6. Then you can input a desired amount of virtual memory to be used by the system processes in the “Initial Size” and “Maximum Size” fields respectively.
  7. Click “Set” and then “OK”, and your Windows 7 support procedure is complete.

This should resolve your issue and help run your computer better. If you have any further queries you can always rely on Windows 7 support and get all the help you need.

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