If your Windows 10 computer is running low on virtual memory, you can adjust the size of paging file. If you're getting low on memory issues with Windows 10 or seem to notice slow performance while using your PC, this can be a good way to improve system performance.
Here is how to adjust the virtual memory size in Windows 10:
1. Type Control
Panel in the search box at the bottom left corner of the screen and click the
Control Panel app under best match.
2. Click on System
3. Click on System.
4. Click on Advanced
5. On the System Properties pop-up window, click Settings
under the Performance section found in the Advanced tab.
6. Click the Advanced
tab at the top, then click Change under Virtual Memory
7. Make sure
the Automatically manage paging file size for all drives is not checked.
Click the checkbox if it is to uncheck it. Select the Drive in the box and then
click the Custom size option
Type the Initial Size and the Maximum
Size desired and click set.
Click OK on the Virtual Memory window.
10. A message
will pop up saying the changes require a restart, click OK.
Click OK on the Performance Options window.
Click OK on the System Properties box.
Click Restart Now to save changes.
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