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Windows task manager

Last response: in Windows XP
May 1, 2002 1:20:59 AM

Could some one please explain a little what I am reading in windows task manager" the performance tab". I understand a little but need more in sight. Your time would be appreciated." PF usage "page file" showing one line at 135 mb." "Totals -Handles 6451 -Threads 358 - Processes 29." " Physical mem.Tot 523740 - Avail. 341624 -System cashe 22988." "Kernal Mem. Total 36000 - Page 21500 - Nonpaged 14480. " "Comit charge- Tot. 138176 -Limit 1280820 -Peak 141204.. Thease are what is listed while on the internet. I am running XP home. If some could shed some light on what I am reading and how this looks.Thanks bruce

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May 1, 2002 6:18:43 AM

Page file usage: How much of your virtual memory your using.

Total Handles: I forgot
Threads: Is a single task in a process, example- saving a document in word would be a thread in the process word.
Process: An application, can see these running in the first tab.

Physical mem tot: How much memory you have in Kb

Kernel memory I think is how much memory the OS is using for itself and how much of it is in RAM or VM.

Commit Charge, no idea...

Actually hold on, see the next post =).

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May 1, 2002 6:25:05 AM

Go download this screenshot from me RQ, it's a table of what everything is.

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