You will need
- - computer with the operating system of the Windows family.
Click "start," "control Panel" select "Performance and maintenance" and then navigate to "System". Form will open "system Properties". In this form you can also enter if you enter at the command prompt command sysdm.cpl.
Select the "Advanced" tab, in section "Performance" click "Settings". In this form also go to the "Advanced" tab where you click "Change" under "Virtual memory". A form will appear with the same name.
Select the disk and the corresponding paging file in the top frame of the popup form. Select the section "paging file Size" is set to "No paging file" or "Special size". Remove the numerical values in the fields "Initial size (MB) and Maximum size (MB)" is set to "custom size".
Click "Ask" and then clicking "OK" will delete the paging file. A dialog box appears prompting you to restart the computer to save the changes.
Before restarting your computer, check the paging file size. To do this, log on to the drive with the swap file and turn on show hidden files. File pagefile.sys will have the final set size in the "Initial size".
Restart the computer and again check the size of the paging file. To check the size of the hidden system swap-file is better to use a file Manager Total Commander.
Microsoft strongly recommends that you do not delete the paging file and not disable it as it will reduce your PC performance.
If during operation you see messages with errors reporting a shortage of virtual memory, increase the RAM size or the size of the swap file by setting the appropriate values in the "Initial page file size".