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Double-click the My Computer icon.

Double-click the Control Panel folder, and then double-click the System icon.

Click the General tab. At the bottom of the list, you will see how much RAM your computer has. In Windows 95, 98, or Me, if you do not see the RAM under the General tab, you should be able to find it under the Performance tab, in the "Status" area.

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First of all, memory is nothing to do with the hard drive. Memory (aka RAM, Random Access Memory) is what the computer uses to store data in as the processor deals with it. I realise the name memory suggests storage, but think of it this way: memory is short-term memory, and the hard drive is a diary :P

Anyway, the hard drive graph on XP shows how much space the HD can take, and how much is used.

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First of all, memory is nothing to do with the hard drive. Memory (aka RAM, Random Access Memory) is what the computer uses to store data in as the processor deals with it. I realise the name memory suggests storage, but think of it this way: memory is short-term memory, and the hard drive is a diary :P

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Bill Gates is shitting himself! :lol:

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