Hi guys. I have Windows 10 on my work computer dual-booted with our standard Windows 7 image. I'm mostly testing out how well it works and for the most part it's pretty smooth, aside from not having RSAT yet. Unfortunately today I noticed that my RAM usage was really high at 80%, with only XenCenter and a few tabs open in Microsoft Edge. When I looked at Task Manager, it showed that System was using 2.4GB (40%) of RAM in my 8GB system: I turned to the Windows WDK and poolmon to tell me what was using up so many resources, per this link: http://www.technewstoday.com/25473-is-microsoft-windows-10-using-high-memoryram-heres-the-fix/ That brought me to tags "smNp" and "smBt". If I then open up a command prompt, navigate to drivers and do "findstr /s smNp *.*" or "findstr /s smBt *.*" they both point to rdyboost.sys. I have no USB devices plugged in to my system, the only non-internal disks are just a CD in the DVD drive and a mapped network drive. Did I go wrong somewhere? Why would a USB device performance technology be consuming such a large amount of RAM on my system? I'm sure once I restart it will go away, but I'm worried I won't be able to keep using W10 if I'm running into memory leaks like this one.