Report on Physical Memory Information Remotely


Shows Windows physical memory (RAM) with bank label and capacity



  

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RAM is arguably one of the most important hardware devices affecting computer performance. The higher capacity usually translates into faster calculations and shorter response time. Being a part of the IT asset management routines, balancing your servers and workstations RAM based on their workload is key to getting a stable and error-proof IT infrastructure. Action1 provides a centralized approach to checking RAM type in Windows workstations — you’ll no longer need to use the complicated command line or PowerShell scripts. Action1 queries your entire fleet of endpoints in seconds and shows you the most recent live results.

The “Physical Memory” report shows the physical memory (RAM) with bank label and capacity. You’ll get insight into how the memory is distributed across your endpoints. On top of that, you can create alerts to notify you when RAM information changes (for example, when a RAM module is removed from your endpoint). Based on the information provided by Action1, you can make informed decisions about whether to extend the physical memory and budget for upgrades.

Report on Physical Memory Information Remotely


Latest Release: Action1 Endpoint Security Platform 2.2, May 4, 2020.
For more information, please refer to Action1 Online Documentation

  

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Frequently Asked Questions



1. What does RAM stand for?
RAM stands for random-access memory. It’s the type of memory that is mostly used to run programs and processes, perform calculations. Unlike hard drives and disk drives, data stored in RAM can be accessed in random order, .i.e. the process is “jumping” from one memory cell to another instead of reading them consequently.

2. What RAM is enough for a modern desktop or laptop?
Depending on the tasks you plan to accomplish with a PC, the RAM capacity will vary significantly. In most cases, 8 GB is enough for general-purpose laptops and Windows desktops. Servers and high-performance laptops (e.g., utilized for playing games, video production, and software development) will require at least 16 GB RAM.

3. How do I check RAM on a Windows PC?
On a local Windows machine, navigate to “Control Panel / System and Security / System”. You will see your devices configuration, including installed RAM, processor, Windows version, etc.

4. Can I check the RAM capacity of remote devices?
To check RAM capacity of remote computers and servers, you’ll have to utilize PowerShell scripts. Alternatively, try running Action1 and check out the “Physical memory” report to get detailed information about RAM without running any complicated scripts.




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