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Memory Utility Wanted.

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Can someone recommend a good utility that snapshots memory in a simple display that shows specific program details and size better than "mem"?
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by:gward28
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jim have you tried mem /c /p  (just in case you didn't know)
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by:arnond
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which OS ?
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by:mark2150
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MSD will show you what is loaded where.

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by:jim_bruce102198
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I used this years ago using Win 3.11 and have forgotten about it!
Is it supplied on a Win95 CD? I've just tried for ½ hour at Microsoft (ask a trillion questions for the the 40th time) site and didn't find it!
One question leads to another...
Thanks.
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by:mark2150
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Dunno. I can send you copy if needed email me direct at mark_lambert@ntsc.navy.mil

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by:jim_bruce102198
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Thanks for MSD. Some good features for an oldish program.
But it tends to look (like MEM) at 640/1024 and doesnt show the whole picture (32meg) and why indications are that the swap file is hammering and NetMedic says it's overworked.
AND it's a bit techie! for nearly y2k?
Can I reject then (not for the sake MSD is no good -far from it) BUT in case someone has found something more "state of the art"?!
(Sorry mark2150! I feel dreadful!)

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by:jim_bruce102198
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UNBELIEVABLY, I HAVE got Sandra but never looked at the memory icon(!).
I can see my swap file is bigger than the memory and this may be whats wrong.
It doesn't show me the size of the other stuff but HEY I don't perhaps really need to know!?
Still, if anyone has anything that gives the size of all those little tiddlers hanging about...
Thanks.
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