Virtual Memory is the temporary RAM solution for your computer. In case your computer runs low on memory, your system will use an empty area on the hard disk. But when your memory gets over loaded, you may face issues with your Virtual memory.
Now, thinking of how to troubleshoot an issue with your virtual memory? Don’t worry, because Windows help is here with the answer.
The Windows help tutorial says that you can troubleshoot this issue by increasing the available memory for each application. For this purpose, you need to manage your system’s virtual memory.
Well, here’s what Windows help suggests you do to manage virtual memory.
Windows help to manage Virtual Memory
- To begin, launch the Start menu and then navigate to the Control panel.
- When your Control panel appears, Windows Help suggests that you click on System and Security and then click on Systems.
- Now, Windows help advices you to select Advanced System Settings and then launch the ‘System Properties’ menu.
- Now go to the Performance pane and then click on Settings. After this, go to the ‘Advanced’ tab and then click on Change.
- Now, Windows help suggests you to enable automatically manage paging file size for all drives option. This will help Windows adjust virtual memory.
- Click on the Custom Size tab to troubleshoot and manage Virtual memory manually.
- When the window prompts, enter the required amount of virtual memory in the Initial Size and Maximum Size fields.
- Now, click on the Set tab to apply the changes. And then hit Ok to exit from the set up window.
Easy enough, wasn’t it? Well, you are lucky now because your computer is having enough memory to perform your applications. All thanks to Windows Help.