Hello. Today I am going to teach you how much RAM (Random Access Memory) you have. Go ahead and go down to the Start button and click it. Click run and a dialog box will pop up. Type in dxdiag and click ok. A message might pop up but just click ok. Now you can see how much RAM you have, your OS, etc. Note: You can go to other tabs to see info about those categorys. This can seriously help with a lot of troubleshooting problems when you ask your question. I was looking up Osama because I wanted to see how his name was spelled cause I saw it on America's Most Wanted.