1. Close background applications. Applications that are running in the background can take up a lot of RAM memory. To free up your RAM, you should close any unnecessary applications that are running in the background.
2. Disable startup programs. Programs that run when you startup your computer can also consume a lot of RAM memory. To disable these startup programs, open the System Configuration window and click on the “Startup” tab. From here, you will be able to disable or delete any unnecessary startup programs.
3. Clear your Web browser’s cache. Clearing your web browser’s cache can help to free up some RAM. To do this, open your browser’s settings and clear the cache data.
4. Disable visual effects. Visual effects can use up RAM memory, so disabling them can help to free up some RAM. To do this, open the System Properties window, select the “Advanced” tab, and click on the “Settings” button under Performance. In the Performance Options window, select the “Adjust for best performance” option.
5. Upgrade your RAM. If you’ve taken all of the above steps and your PC still doesn’t have enough RAM memory, then you may want to consider upgrading your RAM. This is often the most cost effective solution for freeing up RAM memory.