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윈도우 가상 메모리 확장하기

32비트인상태에서 바꾼 영상이고
그냥 알려드리기위한 용도로만 씀
겜웅이가 게임을 안하고 컴퓨터에 대해서 알려드립니다!
게임이 안될때! 윈도우 가상 메모리를 늘리라고 할때!
바이러스 걸려서 해킹당할때! 컴퓨터 잘못 만졌을때!를 대비해서
보여드립니다.

컴퓨터 메모리 부족 느려질때 해결 방법

아무것도 키지 않았는데
메모리를 거의 다 잡아먹으며
컴퓨터가 느려질때
다음과 같이 해보세요.

컴퓨터 빨라지게 하는 꿀팁
메모리 잡아먹는 하마 잡아내는 방법

메모리 과부하
메모리 부족현상 해결하는 방법

윈도우 가상메모리 설정 종결 영상 [윈도우 최적화 지식중 하나]

이 설정은 일반적인 게이머와 작업자들이 설정하는 윈도우에 기본 시스템을 이용하는것입니다.
https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/pagefile-confusion-windows-10.241349/
여기에 있는 지식인들을 전부다 논리적으로 설득시킬 자신 있으신분만 이 지식에 관해 반론을 주시기 바랍니다.

No it is NOT wise to manually manage the PF size, not unless you are a genuine expert at virtual memory management, you know how to determine "commit levels" and you totally understand how "pool usage" and "memory mapping" works. If you are not a real expert, you need to understand and accept that the developers at Microsoft who developed the memory management and page file code are! They have decades worth of experience and exabytes of empirical evidence and scientific data from 100s of millions of computers to draw from.

Those who claim the modern versions of Windows does not need or does not use the Page File if you have lots of RAM installed clearly are NOT experts! Because that is simply wrong!!!!!

Those wannabe experts who disable the PF because they think they are smarter than the Windows (and Linux, MacOS and other OS) developers just outsmarted themselves. A real expert would want to know exactly what happened to their system should there be a system crash so they can troubleshoot, learn and prevent recurrence. But guess what? Disable the PF on the boot drive and you get no memory dumps to analyze.

A real expert would want Windows to optimize memory to improve performance. But guess what? Disable the PF and Windows fetch routines (used to speed up program loads, for example) are defeated.

And if you do know what commit levels are and how to properly set your PF sizes, contrary to what these wannabe experts think, it is NOT a "set and forget" setting! "EVERY TIME" there is any significant change to the computer's hardware configuration, major OS updates, major changes or additions in the programs the user runs, changes in the number and type of users who use the computer, page file requirements are likely to change and the PF size should be adjusted.

Why do you think Microsoft made the PF size "dynamic" when it would be so much easier to just set some arbitrary size?

Even if you have 32, 64, or 128GB of RAM installed, Windows will still use the Page File. And that's a good thing, not bad!

If you need the extra few gigabytes of disk space you get by disabling the PF, you as the user have failed to properly setup and maintain your storage requirements! Disabling the PF is NOT the proper fix. That's like putting a piece of black tape over the Check Engine light in your car. And yes, it is a few, gigabytes. Microsoft does not set your PF to 1.5 X RAM as some suggest. That is a stupid formula that means nothing.

Here is the Speccy report for my system, which has 16GB of system RAM installed.

Physical Memory​
Memory Usage 24 %​
Total Physical 16 GB​
Available Physical 12 GB​
Total Virtual 18 GB​
Available Virtual 13 GB​

What does that show? It shows my Windows managed page file (and I do know what commit levels, mapping, and pool usage are) is currently set to just 2GB, not some massive size like 24GB (16 x 1.5 = 24).

So again, if you are not a virtual memory management expert, JUST LET WINDOWS MANAGE IT! If you are a true expert, it is NOT a "set and forget" settings. And if you are an expert, do NOT assume what is good for you is good for everyone else - it likely isn't

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