A simple app called Rammap was created especially for analyzing brain availability and letting you safeguard the information for later interpretation to your hard drive.
Rammap displays the data in a color-coded format so that you can quickly identify which processes are activated, on standby, modified, or inactive. Additionally, a list of every process that has been started, along with the total amount of memory used, objective summaries, physical pages and ranges, and folder overview and specifics like path, size, address, file type, prioritism, etc., can be viewed.
- Use Counts: usage summary by type and paging list.
- Processes: process working set sizes.
- Priority Summary: prioritized standby list sizes.
- Physical Pages: per-page use for all physical memory.
- Physical Ranges: physical memory addresses.
- File Summary: file data in RAM by file.
- File Details: individual physical pages by file.
Overall, Rammap is a useful apps with an average response time. The game doesn’t use up a lot of your program sources, and the layout is user-friendly. Rammap is a useful tool to contain if you need to better understand how Windows manages storage availability.
- Windows Rammap 1.61
- Windows 8,
- Windows 10.
- Windows 7, etc.
- 8.1 Windows
- most recent change:
- November 8th, 2023, Tuesday
- . Mark Russinovich