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Does anyone know of any utilities that analyze exactly how much Ram (and if possible, processing time) is being used?

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Fluid Studios MMGR is free and works well for its price.

IBM's Purify is expensive and I hear it's God's gift to C++ programmers.

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Process Explorer will tell you how much processing time a program is getting. It will also tell you the size of that program's working set, which is about as close to RAM usage as you'll get under Windows.

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Windows task manager via CTRL ALT DEL

Open the process tab, then choose on the menu select columns, there you'll find the amount of CPU time each task is using (hh:mm:ss), current memory usage, maximum memmory usage, and more.

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The task manager tells how much non-paged pool a process uses and non-paged pool is ram (basically) but it's only accessible in kernel mode not user mode - meaning that your code can only affect that indirectly (unless you're writing a device driver).

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