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Tracking memory usage on Perfmon

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I have a Windows 2008 R2 box with 16GB RAM. It's a box I use for testing various apps etc.

One of the apps I'm testing with be deployed on machines with 4GB RAM, I want to see the increase in memory usage when I carry out a certain function within the app that is known to add load.

So really, I don't want to measure how much memory is left (because there will be loads), but how much memory is used.

I was thinking Perfmon was the best to do this, but I'm unsure of the counter to use, can someone advise?
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