Since time immemorial, the Windows computer has been subject to RAM issues -- in particular, there's generally never enough. RAM is the fast-accessible headspace, or breathing room, in a personal computer that's used by programs to do their thing, as opposed to hard drive storage that's usually used for slower, mechanical file storage. Without getting technical, the problem has always been that the more programs you run on a PC, the more breathing room gets used up.
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