How to Free up RAM?

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Shutting off your computer for 10 seconds then rebooting it will free up your ram. In the 10 seconds your computer is off it allow your ram a chance to cool down and 'forget' everything thats been stored on it.
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To free up RAM on your computer, click the Start button and select All Programs. Next choose Accessories and then click on System Tools. Click on Disk Cleanup and check all of the boxes to the left of the files. Click ok to delete these files, then select Cleanup System Files.
The easiest way to free up RAM, also known as random access memory, is to close some of the programs that you have open. You can also edit the list of programs on your start up menu.
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