Memory (RAM): 16GB (2 x 8GB)
Other Notes: Windows update 10.0.10586 Build 10586
(Windows 10 Education)
So after updating windows a problem appeared, task manager shows that my RAM usage is idling around 85% - 90%. Thought it was a rouge program so I restarted only to find out a process called 'System and compressed memory' seemed to be causing the problem (Note: This was not there before updating). Went to google it where a forum told me to disable 'Superfetch', this didnt work, in-fact caused more problems. More looking and people seemed to be saying this was a normal Windows operation.
Now problems don't really arise until I play a game like fallout and try to run chrome at the same time. It makes the memory max out and causes the computer to slow to a crawl. In a normal browsing environment though it seems to work fine.
So I just wanted to see if anyone else was having this problem or had this problem and now how to deal with it. Or if it is actually a normal windows operation, because supposedly it should be helping me, not hurting me.
**These screenshot are taken at pretty much idle, with only one chrome tab open**