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Discus and support windows 10 standby list large memory usage in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; The standby list grows from about 1Gb at system boot until after about an hour no more memory is available and the system crashes It has 8GB of RAM,... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by Jerryr4, Mar 27, 2020.

  1. Jerryr4 Win User

    windows 10 standby list large memory usage


    The standby list grows from about 1Gb at system boot until after about an hour no more memory is available and the system crashes

    It has 8GB of RAM, the pagefile has minimum size of 4Gb, max 12Gb. The problem has existed for aout 5 weeks

    WIndows 10 Pro 1909 is installed, latest updates

    :)
     
    Jerryr4, Mar 27, 2020
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  2. EdKiefer Win User

    Releasing Standby memory

    This is the first I have heard of any issues with Standby list memory causing issues outside of games.
    I know there were a lot of reports around 1809 of games having issues where the standby list didn't release memory and games would stutter. There are a few programs that can clear up this issue. I have used both and they do work but I only used it for games, never noticed any issues in windows applications.
    ISLC (Intelligent standby list cleaner) by Wagnarsoft and Processlasso by Bitsum can clear the standby list automatically.
     
    EdKiefer, Mar 27, 2020
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  3. paulco Win User
    Releasing Standby memory

    RamMap is working for me, when you click empty standby list you then close it, and it does its thing.
     
    paulco, Mar 27, 2020
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  4. Ahhzz Win User

    windows 10 standby list large memory usage

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    Ahhzz, Mar 27, 2020
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