Using command to get memory informations in windows

Findout Available Local Memory
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systeminfo |find “Available Physical Memory”

systeminfo | findstr /C:”Total Physical Memory”

Remote system
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systeminfo /s:hostname | findstr “Physical”
systeminfo /s <system> /u <username> /p <password>
wmic /node:”IP” /user:IP\username “MEMPHYSICAL”

Total Memory in system
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wmic memorychip get capacity
wmic OS get TotalVisibleMemorySize /Value
wmic computersystem get TotalPhysicalMemory
wmic memphysical list full
wmic memorychip list full

Free memory
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wmic OS get FreePhysicalMemory /Value

Note:in xp can use ‘mem’ command

Powershell command
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(Get-WMIObject Win32_PhysicalMemory |  Measure-Object Capacity -Sum).sum/1GB

Information about your memory
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wmic MemoryChip get BankLabel, Capacity, MemoryType, TypeDetail, Speed

Memorychip information
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wmic memorychip list full
wmic memorychip get capacity

TASKLIST displays the process ID number for each running task
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Tasklist /M

Find more memory using application
tasklist /fi “memusage gt 1000000”

Remotely
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tasklist /s:IP /fi “memusage gt 1000000”

Powershell command
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get-process | where-object {$_.WorkingSet -gt 100000000}

memory healths checks and report
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perfmon /report

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