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Something takes a lot of RAM and i want to know what. I have list of running processes and need to know the sum of all of them because "In Use" does not help me to determine what takes most RAM:

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I several times had this "leak" but everybody told me it is not leak and system uses that much memory. According to screenshot thsi is not true. Is there a way to copy this data to Excel and do the calculations there? Or any other way which allwos me to do this?

Thanks.

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Give Windows Process Explorer a try. It has some agregating functions, and allows you to see the process ownership tree.

It's published my Microsoft, and is available for download here

UPDATE: Apparently Process Explorer can't aggregate memory usage.

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How do i display memory amount each process takes? What do i select here? i.imgur.com/oVcoY.png –  Boris_yo Feb 8 '12 at 14:36
    
I guess I was mistaken. I just tried to do the aggregate memory, and was unable to. –  jharig23 Feb 8 '12 at 18:26

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