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how do you no ow much ram you have on your mac book
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Click on the Apple button in the top left corner and select About This Mac. It'll tell you how much memory you have installed.


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i need to no how much i used
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Click on the little hourglass in the top right corner and type in Activity Monitor. Fire up that program and at the bottom select System Memory. That will show you the amount of used and free memory.


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but i need to know how do i delete this memory because i need alteast 1gp of ram for world of warcraft
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but i need to know how do i delete this memory because i need alteast 1gp of ram for world of warcraft
What? This is a 2 year old topic....

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i need to know how to clear my ram because i dont have enough to imnstall my game
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i need to know how to clear my ram because i dont have enough to imnstall my game
Games install on the hard drive not the RAM.

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but i need to know how do i delete this memory because i need alteast 1gp of ram for world of warcraft
You can't delete memory, it's different to hard drive space.

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i need to know how to clear my ram because i dont have enough to imnstall my game
You can't exactly clear out RAM, but what you can do is quit running processes that you don't need running.

What kind of Mac do you have, and are you trying to play it on the OS X partition, or on windows via bootcamp or VM?
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If want to run World of Warcraft I would suggest upgrading your ram kit. Crucial has an app on there site that lets you see how much ram/what ram works with your model.
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