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Best answer by Rakanisheu Retired 29 April 2015, 10:09
I'm using Win 8.1 64.
Same results every time: Physical RAM is low, though the PC is using only 2 of the 16 GB. No other programs running, and largest process is explorer.exe around 300 MB,
I've also got WSA on a Win 8.1 32 with only 2 GB of RAM, and I've never seen a low RAM warning on that one.
The reason for posting in this thread was because I also get the "explorer memory leak" notification in the analyzer on the 64 bit PC, and I wondered if the two notifications could somehow be related (I guess not).
At the risk of being shouted down for saying it...I would not put too much store by the System Analyzer...it is provided as a facility and if I am perfectly honest I put my faith in other tools when it comes to assessing RAM usgage on my system. That is not to say that it does not have it uses but in this instance I would rely on something else to give you the relevant information.
Thanks To Baldrick, after I did PM him, he told me my Issue is also the same issue as described.
I have a Dell XPS, Window 8.1, with 16 Gig of Ram. 64-bit.
When I turn on my computer, If I Double Click on a folder, It suddenly kind of freezes and If I have to wait about 10 seconds for the Folder to open. After that there is no problem, It only happens when I Turn on my computer,
I think Window 8.1 Is Horrible. I never had these Issues with my window 7.
I don't use any Apps from the Apps.
Also I have installed this Classic Shell. http://www.classicshell.net/
Therefore I can have my screen to be as window 7.
I personally Hate the Window 8 Interface.
Any Helps for me ?
I have done a Test. Restarted my computer, and I Waited about 30 minutes, and Double clicked and same thing happen.
I think Baldrick was looking into it, and hopefully I can solve this Issue soon
Thanks Daniel, no I had not read that and yes, it makes perfect sense and, to me, confirms that the issue should be considered a shared issue between both parties. Just my two cent's worth on the subject. It explains what the poster feels regarding MS and what they are doing but also that WRSA is having compatability issues wth the MS OS due to this and maybe shouldn't be recommeded for the Win 8.1, 64 bit OS.
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