Most of the time, you might need to know about your computer’s memory information. As an example, when you want to set a virtual memory, you need to have information about your memory so you can set the size of your virtual memory from 1.2 to 2 times its size. Or, sometimes, you want to purchase a new PC, so you need to know what kind of RAM it has.
In this article, we described different methods of how to find your RAM speed, type, and size on Windows 8. Follow us till the end of this article to learn how to do that.
3 Ways to Find Your RAM Information
1. Using DirectX Diagnostic Tool
To find out how to check your computer memory through DirectX Diagnostic Tool, follow the steps below:
1.Open the Run dialog box by holding Windows + R hotkey.
2.Type dxdiag and hit the OK button.
3.When the DirectX Diagnostic Tool window pops up, go to the System tab.
4.There, you can find Memory under the System Information.
2. Using Properties
To find your computer memory through Properties, follow the mentioned steps:
- Right-click on Computer.
- Choose Properties from the menu.
You can also do these steps instead:
1.Go to File Explorer.
2.Choose Desktop from the left side menu.
3.Right-click on Computer and select Properties from the menu.
4.On the opened window, you can find the Installed memory (RAM) under the System section.
3. Using Command Prompt
To find your computer memory through Command Prompt, follow these steps:
1.Open Command Prompt. To do so, hold Windows + X hotkey to open the Quick Access menu. Then, choose Command Prompt from the menu.
4.Scroll down to find Total Physical Memory.
Optimistically, with this article, you do not have to contemplate finding your RAM speed, type, and size on your Windows 8. Have you ever tried these mentioned methods? Which one did you find more helpful? Do you know any more methods to find your computer RAM information?