Display memory usage.
key /P List programs in memory
with the memory address and size of each
/D List Programs(as /P) and also Devices
/C List programs in conventional memory and
list programs in upper memory
MEM will only display details about the current CMD shell environment, programs running in a separate shell (or WIN32 programs) will not be listed - so it won't tell you anything about total memory usage.
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