One, clipboard takes up too much memory
Actually, the Clipboard is a temporary area in memory, and when you use the copy or Cut command in your program, Windows temporarily stores the copied or cut content and its formatting in the Clipboard for "paste" use. If the current clipboard holds a picture, the Clipboard takes up a lot of memory. At this point, use the following procedure to clear the contents of the Clipboard. Frees the memory resources it occupies:
1. Click Start, point to Programs or all programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click Clipboard Viewer to open the Clipboard Viewer window. 2. On the Edit menu, click Delete. 3. Close the Clipboard Viewer window.
to differentiate the multiple clipboard provided by the MicrosoftOffice program, the aforementioned clipboard is often referred to as the system Clipboard. If you are using the MicrosoftOffice program and use its multiple clipboard features, you should empty the items on the Office Clipboard by: On the Office Clipboard task pane (OFFICEXP) or the toolbar (Office2000), Click Empty all or empty the Clipboard. When you empty the Office Clipboard, the system Clipboard will also be emptied
Two, too many open programs
If there are too many documents open at the same time or too many programs are running, there is not enough memory to run other programs. At this point, for multiple-document interface (MDL) programs, such as Word, Excel, and so on, close all documents outside the current document and exit the currently unused programs, and then perhaps you will be able to continue to perform tasks that have been interrupted due to "out-of-memory".
Third, restart the computer
If you only quit the program and do not restart the computer, the program may not be able to return the memory resources to the system. Restart the computer to free system resources, and then run the program again or perform the interrupted task.
Four, there are too many programs that run automatically
If there are too many programs running automatically when you start Windows, there is not enough memory to run other programs even if you restart the computer.
(i) determines whether a program that is set to run automatically is too many
1. Click Start, and then click Run.
2. In the Open box, type Msconfig, click OK, and open the System Configuration Utility window.
3. Click the General tab, select the Selective Startup Check button, and clear the Process Win.ini files check boxAnd the Load Startup Group items check box.
4. Click OK to click the Yes button when prompted to restart the computer.
After you restart your computer, you can configure your computer to start without opening any programs if the problem of low memory has been resolved.
(ii) configures that the computer does not automatically open any programs
1. Restore changes made in Msconfig by clicking the General tab in the System Configuration Utility window, selecting Normal startup, clicking the OK button, and then restarting the computer.
2. Delete all shortcuts in the Startup folder
① Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Taskbar and Start menu, and the Taskbar Properties dialog box pops up.
② Click the Start Menu Program tab and click the Delete button.
③ Click the plus sign next to the Startup folder to display a list of programs that are set to run automatically. If there is no plus "+" next to the Startup folder, the program is not set to run automatically, please click the Close button to terminate the procedure. (tutorial)
④ Click each shortcut in the Startup folder, and then click the Delete button. This action removes the shortcut from the Start menu, but does not remove the program from the hard disk. Repeat this step for each shortcut in the Startup folder.
⑤ Click the Close button.
⑥ Click the OK button.
3. Disables all programs loaded from the Win.ini file
① The System Configuration Utility window is opened as described above.
② Click the Win.ini tab, double-click [Windows], and then clear the load= and run= check boxes.
③ Click OK to click the Yes button when prompted to restart the computer.