For a computer to work properly, the system and compressed memory must work optimally because it depends on the administration of the RAM and the compression of the files. If the system and compressed memory are efficient, the hard disk will work at an adequate speed and will develop all the processes correctly.
When the system and compressed memory high disk usage, they are using 100% of the available space; it is generally due to two reasons. The first has to do with an error or mistake in the configuration of the virtual memory and the second with a problem with the process of compressed memory itself. To solve these problems you can apply one or several of the following solutions:
1. Restore the default configuration of the Windows paging file size, accessing the configuration panel (performance option), from the Windows Start Menu.
2. Deactivate the “RunFullMemoryDiagnosticEntry” task by clicking on Microsoft and then on Windows in the Administrative Tools menu.
3. Deactivate the “Superfetch” service, for which you have two options; Disable it through the service manager or through the registry editor.
4. Disable the “Speech Runtime” by accessing the task manager and clicking on processes.
5. Configure the performance of the visual effects of the computer through the Start Menu and the advanced options of the WinX menu.
6. Check the RAM. In many cases, the problem may be due to a defective RAM for which you will have to buy a new one. If it is only one RAM bar that is damaged, replace only that one and try to make sure that you have solved the problem.
7. Check that the “administrator” is running correctly, as this may generate errors when several Windows system updates have been made.
Any of these options will give you the freedom to use your PC correctly and safely.