Managing the memory on a netbook is extremely important if you are running more than one resource-intensive program at a time.
Because netbooks have less memory than larger computers, each megabyte of RAM must be considered in order for the machine to work effectively. You can perform this memory management using one of the many utilities built into Windows. Everything from open processes in Windows services requires memory, and you can return this memory by turning off what you do not need.
Keep “Ctrl”, “Alt” and “Delete” at the same time, then click “Start Task Manager”.
Click the “Processes” tab.
Go to the “Memory” tab, located below the “Performance” tab, to sort the active processes from the most resource-intensive ones least.
Stop any process that you do not need by clicking on it, and then clicking “Kill the process.”13 December 2016