A. There are loads of methods to get this information.
- Right click on My Computer and select Properties. The General tab shows the amount of memory
- Run WINMSD.EXE and select the Memory tab
From the command line you can use
- PSTAT.EXE (part of the resource kit), the first line shows the amount of RAM
- Download MEMORY.EXE from http://www.savilltech.com/download/memory.zip which just displays the physical memory and nothing else (you can use the /s switch and it will only show the number, no other text, this is useful for information gathering), e.g.
C:\> memory /s