A few weeks ago I disabled all paging files on my Media Center. I figured that it only ever runs AVG, Media Center, Logmein, Chrome and sundry services to support these and never gets above 1.4-1.5 GB of physical memory used, so what harm could it do? Overall this has worked splendidly, and the lack of drive thrashing is a revelation.
However, Windows insists on popping up warnings about the system being low on memory, despite there never being less than about 450 MB of free RAM. Now I know why it does this, and luckily the popups don't interfere with Media Center (otherwise the wife would definitely have something to say about it!), but every time I drop back to the desktop to do a bit of couch surfing there is a warning dialog.
Is there a way I can basically tell Windows:
"Yes, I know there isn't much physical RAM left, but I'm a big boy now and I know what I'm doing so let it be my funeral if some wayward process eats up all my spare RAM"