I'm trying to use
wmic memlogical in Windows 7 but it says:
memlogical - Alias not found
What's the equivalent command for Windows 7?
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The aliases are a bit different in Windows 7 - memlogical doesn't exist. Here's how to get the same information in Windows 7:
Total Physical Memory
Available Physical Memory
Virtual Memory Max Size
Virtual Memory Available
You can combine them as follows into one command:
You didn't say, but I'm assuming you're looking for an equivalent wmic command. (Rather than equivalent C function.) This is more of a system administration question rather than a programming question.
The documentation for Win32_LogicalMemoryConfiguration explains where all the pieces of information got moved to.