(I hope this is the right community to ask)
Throughout the day, I need to save various images to my computer and then dispose of them soon after. Because of this, I created a PNG file called TempImage on my computer that I can just overwrite each time I need a new file for a short period of time. I thought this would be better than saving a new file with a new name each time. Is it? Or is more of my RAM being wasted by overwriting the files? I just got this new computer and I received a PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGED AREA error from, what I've looked up online, means memory issues. I got this error twice in a row right after accepting a call in Skype, which I know can use a lot of memory, so it kind of makes sense. Should I be worried about my memory? I've overwritten it approximately 286 times. Should I stop doing this and make a new file each time? What can I do to fix my computer? Is it as simple as running a Memory Diagnostic tool? Or do I need to get it repaired? This computer came with Windows 10.
The WDT didn't find any errors. Neither did the chkdsk command.
Windows has scanned the file system and found no problems.
Any other ideas why it would happen? I don't think the computer is even a month old yet... I have only downloaded 3 programs on it...