Solved How do I check how much memory (RAM) I have? Tags: RAM Systems Computers Memory Last response: August 4, 2014 11:49 AM in Systems Share kyle bevington August 4, 2014 11:32:10 AM Hi Just joined the computer world and would like to know how i check how much RAM i have installed in my system as I have forgotten More about : check memory ram Reply to kyle bevington tiny voices a b } Memory August 4, 2014 11:34:29 AM windows 8 or 8.1= go to the file explorer and then right click this PC, then properties. Windows 7 = right click my computer, then properties. Reply to tiny voices m 1 l Best solution Calvin3200 August 4, 2014 11:49:33 AM Go to your Control Panel, then select "System". It's right there. Pretty easy. Reply to Calvin3200 Share Ask the community Post an answer Related resources SolvedHow do I check how much Memory I have? Forum how to check how many ram slots and with how much ram using each slot and how much ram can add to each slot in 11.6 inch lapto Forum Solvedhow much memory of 4gb ddr2 ram is used Forum How much RAM/Memory do I need? Forum how to check how much RAM windows uses! Forum How to check pc ram memory serial number Forum I have 8gb ram how much virtual memory i need to allocate? Forum How much ram memory for gamer Forum Workstation - How much Memory/RAM Forum How much RAM, memory, hard drive, and how fast a processor do we need Forum How much memory (Ram + video mem) can i access under Windows 64bit? Forum SolvedHow much memory do I need? Forum SolvedHow Much Internal Memory Does An Canon Powershot A3300 IS Come With? Forum Solvedhow much ram can my system handle PST its NOT default Forum Solvedhow much does a ram disk effect internet browsers Forum SolvedHow much RAM would I need for game development and programming? Forum Solvedim confused how much ram can i put in my machine in total 32gb or 16gb Forum SolvedHow to check if RAM from died computer works? Forum SolvedRam capacity mystery, how much can I put in the system. Forum SolvedHow much RAM do I need? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !