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If you look at the resource monitor in windows 7 you'll notice there are 6 different types of memory information shown.

  • Hardware reserved
  • In use
  • Modified
  • Standby
  • Free
  • Cached (this is Modified + Standby)

Aida64 only shows a portion of the above types. Personally i'm interested in the standby and modified amounts of memory usage so that i can get them displayed on my Logitech G15 LCD display.

if you are really ambitious you can have a look at the Rammap tool from Sysinternals. That tool shows even more information about memory usage. but i'll leave that up to you to decide

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