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Process Explorer is a useful way of determining how much RAM in your system is actually being used.
How do I find out how much RAM is being used?
I'd grab a copy of SysInternal's Process Explorer, and you'll be able to see what each process is using. "Working Set" is perhaps the most interesting snapshot of current memory usage per process. If you View, System Information it'll show an overview.
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