Computer Hardware Memory Management for Windows

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About Computer Hardware Memory Management for Windows

Bad computer memory is one of the main reasons for random Windows system failures. Testing your PC for memory issues is key for Windows administrators who want to avoid hardware issues before they start. This hardware memory topic page provides advice from top Windows experts on how to test and upgrade memory on desktop computers and laptops running Windows operating systems such as Windows XP and Windows Vista. Also, be sure to check out our tips on using the Windows Memory Diagnostic utility, a helpful program for testing Windows systems for bad memory.