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How to Allocate More RAM to a Program? - Increase Your System's Performance

2 days ago   |   By Internet Geeks

We are assuming that you know what RAM is and so, we will not focus on tutoring you about it. What we will talk about is the allocation of RAM to different programs.
How to Allocate More RAM to a Program?
The RAM usually decides how fast your system is especially when multiple programs are run simultaneously. More RAM = better performance. Now, by default, the computer assesses the needs of a certain program and allocates RAM accordingly. However, more often than not, this is not enough. A program may be lagging because it needs more RAM. Is there anything you can do about it? Of...
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