You manage Windows 7 Ultimate desktop systems for a group of desktop-publishing specialists who use high memory-intensive applications for developing, editing, and printing graphics. They have been receiving some low-memory errors. Until you can purchase and install more RAM, you want to ensure that you have adequate pageﬁle space allocated on your system to meet their virtual memory needs. There is quite a bit of empty space on their hard disks.
Conﬁguring Virtual Memory
1. Open the Virtual Memory dialog box.
a. Choose Start, right-click Computer, and choose Properties.
b. In the left pane, click the Advanced system settings link.
c. In the System Properties dialog box, on the Advanced tab, in the Performance section, click Settings.
d. In the Performance Options dialog box, select the Advanced tab.
e. In the Virtual memory section, click Change.
2. Adjust the virtual memory settings.
a. To manually set the page size for virtual memory, uncheck the Automatically manage paging file size for all drives check box.
b. Select the Custom size option.
c. In the Initial size (MB) text box, click and type 1000
d. To enter the maximum size of the paging file, in the Maximum size (MB) text box, click and type 2000
e. Click Set.
f. Click OK.
g. Observe that the computer has to be restarted for the changes to be applied. Click OK.
h. Click OK two more times.
i. Click Restart Now to restart the machine.
j. Log in as Admin##