1. Close unnecessary programs and applications – Make sure that you are only running programs and applications that you actually need.
2. Adjust your visual settings – Reduce the resolution and color depth settings of your monitor or laptop. This will help reduce the amount of RAM being used.
3. Disable start-up programs – Many programs can be set to launch automatically when your PC starts. Uncheck any unnecessary programs in the Start-up tab of the Task Manager to save RAM.
4. Delete temporary files – Temporary files can take up a lot of space on your system. It’s a good idea to periodically delete these files to free up RAM.
5. Upgrade your RAM – If all else fails, it might be time to upgrade your RAM. Speak with a technician at your local computer shop to find out what kind of RAM you need for your system.