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Determining Memory Usage

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Is there any way to tell how much memory a process is using? Not the AutoIt process, but another process currently running on the computer. I cant find anything in the help, but was wondering if there is a DLL call that could do this. Thanks,

Kevin

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BigDod

You could try to use the pstools from www.sysinternals.com.

http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/freeware/pstools.shtml



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I was hoping to find a way to determine it programmitically... there's no function that can do this? From what I saw PSTools works out of the commandline, which doesnt fit what I want to do. THanks for the info though,

Kevin

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BigDod

I was hoping to find a way to determine it programmitically... there's no function that can do this?  From what I saw PSTools works out of the commandline, which doesnt fit what I want to do.  THanks for the info though,

Kevin

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If you found a way to extract the info from the Windows Task Manager then you could.


Get Beta versions Here Get latest SciTE editor Here AutoIt 1-2-3 by Valuater - A great starting point.

Time you enjoyed wasting is not wasted time ......T.S. Elliot
Suspense is worse than disappointment................Robert Burns
God help the man who won't help himself, because no-one else will...........My Grandmother

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