For example if Ubuntu is just started the
Memory Ram has 2.0 GB, if I just open
Firefox the component increases (how is expected) lets say to 2.5GB. If I close Firefox (
Ctrl + Q), I would expect that the value returns to 2.0GB. Well it does not happen how is expected, for example: the
Memory Ram returns to 2.2GB (and not 2.0GB).
I have this behavior with other programs apart of
Is there a command where I can free in general all the
memory ram? At least to the best acceptable minimum value according to the OS itself after to execute the command.
The goal is after to execute some "heavy" software development tools and servers (therefore when they have just been closed), release the best amount of resources of these two components.
Note: not sure if the
Kernel has this behavior too (such as
Kernel Task in
MacOS), it because both are Unix based