I read: What do the Task Manager memory columns mean?. But I still don't understand what they say.
- Is Working Set (Mem) exactly a size of process memory on RAM?
- According to Wikipedia this is not true.
- Is Paged Pool (VirtMem) exactly a size of process memory on swap file?
- Is total process memory (address space usage) equal to sum of Mem and VirtMem?
Some info available at Wikipedia's Windows Task Manager page.
Seems that Task Manager is right tools to get info about amount of RAM pages owned by process (e.g. discard kernel and driver pages) and how many pages are swapped to disk. But I don't understand which column can show these values.