mem: Displays the amount of used and free memory in your system.


... The examples for the command "mem"
... "mem" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help
... Important information, tips for the "mem" command

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The examples for the command "mem"

The `mem` command in the Windows Command Prompt is used to display information about available memory. Note that in modern versions of Windows, `mem` may not be as extensive as in older versions. Here is a simple example: Example: View storage information:

meme

This command displays basic information about available memory, including total memory and available memory. Optional parameters: - `/C`: Displays information about cache memory. - `/D`: Displays information about the floppy disk controller. - `/P`: Displays information about the ports and adapters. - `/S`: Displays information about the system. - `/T`: Displays the current time. Example with optional parameters: Show memory and system information:

meme /S

This command displays memory and system information, including total memory, available memory, and other relevant information. Note: Note that the `mem` command may not be available in all versions of Windows or may not be as comprehensive as other memory information tools. Newer versions of Windows often use PowerShell or other resource monitoring tools. If you need more specific information about storage, you could also use PowerShell.

"mem" Excerpt from Microsoft Windows Help

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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Displays the amount of used and free memory in your system.

MEM [/PROGRAM | /DEBUG | /CLASSIFY]

  /PROGRAM or /P   Displays status of programs currently loaded in memory.
  /DEBUG or /D     Displays status of programs, internal drivers, and other
                   information.
  /CLASSIFY or /C  Classifies programs by memory usage. Lists the size of
                   programs, provides a summary of memory in use, and lists
                   largest memory block available.

Important information, tips for the "mem" command

The `mem` command in the Windows Command Prompt may not be as comprehensive in modern versions of Windows as in older versions. Therefore, it is important to note that other tools and methods are usually more suitable for obtaining detailed memory information in current versions of Windows. Here are some important points to note: 1. Limited Information: The `mem` command in Command Prompt outputs basic information about available memory, but not as detailed as modern tools or PowerShell commands. 2. Alternative Tools: For more detailed memory information, it is advisable to use tools such as Resource Monitor (`resmon`), Task Manager or PowerShell. Resource Monitor provides a detailed, real-time overview of resource usage and availability. 3. Use PowerShell: PowerShell provides extensive storage monitoring capabilities. For example, you can use the `Get-Process` command to get information about the memory usage of processes.

Get Process | Sort-Object WorkingSet -Descending | Select-Object-First 5

4. Currency of information: Note that information from the `mem` command may not be the most current or accurate. More current tools provide more detailed and accurate insights. 5. Administrator rights: If detailed system information is needed, it may be necessary to run Command Prompt or PowerShell as an administrator to access specific information. To get more specific and up-to-date information about memory, I recommend using modern tools or PowerShell commands, which are more specific and powerful than the outdated `mem` command.


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