I have Windows 7, with 8 GB ram.
Currently I see:
I read here that:
Totalis the amount of RAM installed on your computer, listed in megabytes (MB). (✔ ok).
Cachedrefers to the amount of physical memory used recently for system resources. (✔ ok).
Availableis the total of standby and free memory from the Resource Monitor. (✔ ok).
Freeis the amount of memory that is currently unused or doesn't contain useful information (unlike cached files, which do contain useful information).(? Huh).
I don't understand the last part. Does it mean that a program might have a memory size of
Available+Free? (Because 'Available' is available and since
Free contains unneccesary info - it can release its blocks.)
Question Am I right? How much (according to my picture) total memory is available for a new executing program?