Here are the steps on how to check RAM speed and how to boost it:
To check RAM speed:
Open Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Esc.
Click on the Performance tab.
Under Memory, look for the Speed field. This will show you the current RAM speed in MHz.
To boost RAM speed:
Close unused programs. When you’re not using a program, close it. This will free up RAM that the program was using.
Disable startup programs. Startup programs are programs that startup automatically when you turn on your computer. These programs can use up RAM, even if you’re not using them. You can disable startup programs in the Startup tab of the Task Manager.
Defragment your hard drive. Defragmenting your hard drive can help to improve your computer’s performance, including its RAM usage.
Upgrade your RAM. If you have a lot of programs open at once or if you’re doing memory-intensive tasks, you may need to upgrade your RAM. This is the most effective way to boost your RAM.
In addition to the above steps, you can also try the following to boost your RAM speed:
Use a memory cleaner. A memory cleaner is a software program that can free up RAM by clearing out unused memory.
Use a virtual memory manager. A virtual memory manager is a software program that can use your hard drive as additional RAM. This can be helpful if you don’t have enough physical RAM.
Optimize your browser. Your browser can use up a lot of RAM, especially if you have a lot of tabs open. You can optimize your browser by clearing your cache and cookies, disabling add-ons, and using a lighter theme.
Keep your software up to date. Software updates often include performance improvements that can help to boost your RAM.
Scan for malware. Malware can sometimes use up a lot of RAM. You should regularly scan your computer for malware with an antivirus program.