Stuff Tags: Hard Drives Computer Memory Storage Last response: October 14, 2010 4:15 AM in Storage Share Anonymous a b } Memory a b G Storage October 14, 2010 2:08:04 AM how do i know how much memory is on my computer??? More about : stuff Pyroflea a b } Memory a b G Storage October 14, 2010 4:15:13 AM To check the amount of memory (RAM) on your computer depends on your OS. If you're running windows, you could download a utility such as CPUz ( http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html ). If you're talking about how much storage (Hard Drive space), then simply opening My Computer should display how much is used/available on each drive. If this doesn't answer your question, add more details, mainly which OS you run. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedGood PC case under £50? good cooling stuff Forum SolvedA laptop for studies (programming, gaming, multimedia stuff) Forum SolvedMy graphics card is working.. like the fans turn on and stuff but its not making my games fast or anything. Forum Solvedis this liquid cooling stuff safe???? Forum SolvedStuff keeps getting installed on SSD (windows drive) Forum SolvedGot a cm1630 Motherboard looking for help on Bios stuff Forum SolvedImprovements and Stuff Forum SolvedIs this a good computer for BASIC stuff? Forum SolvedHelp with fans and other stuff Forum SolvedMy computer is failing on a couple of things I just want to make things clear before I buy stuff. Forum SolvedMy display does really weird stuff Forum SolvedNew to video editing (HD "GoPro" type stuff).....need CPU / System advice Forum SolvedNeed gpu for 3d stuff and gaming Forum SolvedIs a R9 270X 2GB enough for gaming in one monitor and viewing stuff in another? Forum SolvedWhen I run some games and during other stuff sometimes goes black screen and fan races on my gpu Forum SolvedHELP - a newb to computer stuff Forum Solvedspend on graphics cards again or buy some cool fancy stuff like a razor deathstalker kayboard Forum SolvedRemoveable drive bays and other fun stuff Forum SolvedIs this build good? I'm new to this kind of stuff Forum SolvedIs all this stuff compatible? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !