when i press ctrl-alt-del and open Task manager I see that Memory is used at 80% (Performance tab), but if I add all the memory usage values for each program from the Processes tabs there's no way it adds up to 80% ! How can I see the real memory usage for each app?
PS: I found that view… select columns let's me show more data. So I checked all memory columns and the only one that could reach that 80% value is "Peak working set". There the values are much higher and I see a huge 2.5 GB usage from "svchost". But svchost is some kind of library, how can I see what program makes it use so much?
Here's a screenshot to see what I mean:
Total RAM is 8 GB and usage is always at 6 GB +
closing virtualbox freed a lot of RAM, down to 50%, but why doesn't the virtualbox real ram usage show up in task manager?