Originally posted by charnel
thank yo for your help but I didnt still make my system work more effective... %85 percent of my ram is used with no programs working at my order what can I do ?
Linux isn't really using all that RAM, as suggested a google search will give you links to in depth articles about how Linux uses memory. Turning off services that you don't use is good for security as well as speeding up your system start time. It's true that memory usage will probably be lowered as well, but this may depend on what kind of services you switched off and how much memory they were using in the first place.