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technologist

 
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Location: USA
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You probably don't want to use this.

Your system is using memory for a reason: to make things faster. The computer notices certain libraries and frameworks that are frequently used, and keeps them in memory so that they are ready. Deliberately dumping these out of memory will only make your system slower.

Your specs say you have 8GB of memory in your system. Why did you pay for all that memory if you wanted it to stay empty all the time?
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