OK, does anyone know on Windows ME (or 98) how to check what exactly is using all your memory? I have a serious problem that memory slowly disappears on my machine and after several hours, things just stop working and I have to reset it. I know it's a memory problem because, while some programs crash, others are kind enough to say "not enough memory to perform this" or whatever.
Also, separate question when you hit CTRL-ALT-DEL to bring up the little box with all your active programs, is there a way to find out what program created those things? I have a lot of things in that box that I have no clue what they are or why they are running, and they seem quite odd. For example, I know have three separate instances of "Upd" which could be Update software for any number of things, but I have no idea how to find out what is launching it.
Thanks for any answers