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How can I tell if it is using Process Explorer? My initial guess is in the System Information window, it’s Paging File Write Delta. Use comments to ask for more information or suggest improvements. Avoid answering questions in comments. First you need to understand that windows pages in not out. RAM can be seen as merely a performance optimization.

The operating system keeps track of what pages of storage from which processes are being accessed most frequently, and makes a copy of them in RAM, to get the speed increase. RAM, making the reasonable assumption that it’s about to be accessed again some time soon. The operating system is also very smart about sharing read-only resources. If two processes both load the same page of code from the same DLL, then the operating system can share the RAM cache between the two processes. Since the code is presumably not going to be changed by either process, it’s perfectly sensible to save the duplicate page of RAM by sharing it. But even with clever sharing, eventually this caching system is going to run out of RAM. When that happens, the operating system makes a guess about which pages are least likely to be accessed again soon, writes them out to disk if they’ve changed, and frees up that RAM to read in something that is more likely to be accessed again soon.