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    Quote Originally Posted by xdon82 View Post
    perhap you can do it on Windows 7, but not on Windows 8.1 - perhaps specific applications need pagefile - as you said. With SSD drive, little virtual mem do not makes any lags...

    why it jumps to 8GB - typically I have many applications running. few png files opened in Fireworks, opened dreamweaver, phpstorm, and about 10-20 web pages, and some applications in modern mode, like mail, skype. :P however everything do not use more than 4-6GB [including Windows components]...so I don't know where is rest 2GB :P and while swap file increases to 8GB if I have still 2GB free.. I think it is bad managing of memory by Windows

    recommended pagefile is 4GB for 8GB - this is information from configuration panel.. so it's very strange information made by Microsoft

    I just noticed, that one tab with opened page in web browsers takes about 50-500mb of mem - its a lot and strange ??????????????????????
    xdon82, if you are using 6gb+ out of 8GB, you should get more memory, and use a pagefile until then - I would switch to a fixed size pagefile after defragging your disk and put the pagefile on the HD not the SSD. You might as well make it an 8GB fixed size.

    Like I mentioned earlier you can disable the warnings by removing a few resources from the registry, but you are playing close enough to the limit that I wouldn't remove the warnings.

    The extra space is from the OS / disk cache - there are lots of hidden memory demands.

    I have trouble living under 8GB too, so don't feel bad, the memory demands keep increasing over time.

    Let us know when you replace/add memory and when you can disable the pagefile successfully.
    Last edited by hmscott; 07-18-2014 at 04:44 AM.

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