Hmm, some thing that has been bugging me for a while is this swap/page file memory stuff. Here is something I found:
Page file usage measures how much of the page file is currently in use. The page file is used by Windows to emulate RAM preventing the system from running out of resources, even if all physical memory has been allocated. Running out of page file or swap file space usually results in serious performance problems or even a crash.
It is to my understanding that swap is only used when you run out of physical memory, but my computer is always using ~250mb of page file even when its just sitting there and no applications are running. Is this something I should be worried about or is it normal for some
page file to always be in use?