Solution: Windows 10 Won’t Use Full RAM

RAM is a non-volatile storage device that is typically used to store working data and machine code. When you shut down your computer, all data on it is lost because it is a temporary storage device. The more RAM your computer has, the more smoothly it can multitask.

However, when using Windows 10, you may run into a problem. In the “System Properties” or “Task Manager” interface, you may notice that Windows is only using a fraction of the total RAM.

What is the reason why Windows 10 doesn’t use all of the RAM?

In some cases, some of the RAM is reserved for the system, sometimes some of the memory is also reserved by the video card if you have an integrated video card. But if you have a dedicated video card, this shouldn’t be a problem. Of course, 2% of the RAM is always free. read more

Resolved: Windows Update KB4579311 crashes Explorer repeatedly when trying to log in

Windows 10 users are experiencing numerous problems installing the latest KB4579311 cumulative update, and those who manage to install it are reporting various bugs, including performance issues.

Microsoft released the Windows 10 cumulative update KB4579311 on Oct. 13, 2020, and since then users have been reporting problems installing the update, crashes, performance issues, and startup problems.

Because of the different hardware and drivers that Windows 10 runs on, there will always be issues when a new cumulative update is released, but the reports seem to increase with this particular update. read more