If your Minecraft game client is crashing frequently & making it impossible to play the game, we may just able to fix it. These issues are often caused by inefficient RAM allocation so, if you know how to allocate more RAM to your Minecraft client, you can literally get rid of the issue.
Wait, What? Is that even possible? It definitely is with a little help from our tutorial. Follow the steps below & you’ll be good to go.
How to allocate more RAM to Minecraft
- Open the Minecraft client on your PC
- Go to the “Launch options” menu
- Click on “Latest Release“
- Enable “JVM arguments “
- Change the number in Xmx1G (in this case, change the “1” in Xmx1G. 1 indicates 1GB of RAM) to the desired amount of RAM you want. For example, if you want to allocate 3GB RAM it should be, Xmx3G.
- Click on”Save“
That’s all you need to do. It’s not super simple to locate but, its actually super easy. If you have 4GB RAM, we recommend you to allocate a maximum of 2GB of it. Basically, don’t allocate more than 50% of your RAM. Leave the rest for your System. That’ll help the system to run properly. If you use Windows 10 laptop & have 4GB RAM, don’t allocate extra RAM for Minecraft. Windows 10 needs a lot of RAM to function smoothly.
Okay, that was all for this article. Drop your questions in the comment section below & let us know if you’re interested in any other tutorial that you’d like to see here.
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