How can I see peak memory usage in Windows 7?
Posted on 2010-08-29
Using Windows Task Manager in Windows XP, I used to be able to see the peak memory usage (Commit Charge (K) Peak). It's highly irritating to me that it appears to be gone in Windows 7 and there is no simple way to tell how much total system memory the computer has consumed since last reboot. I used this in XP religiously to determine if the computer needed more RAM.
In any case, I was hoping there is a Windows 7 super guru out there who can tell me a simple way to do this other than using PERFMON.
Thanks in advance.