[quotemsg=18087806,0,879783]I would look at what is eating up all the RAM.. perhaps de-install some programs you don't need. Try a few things like that to see if it brings you any improvement. CCleaner? Disable unneeded services etc.
Edit: Maybe a clean install of Windows? [/quotemsg]
The main culprits eating up RAM are the obvious ones, 'Chrome browser' and 'System and compressed memory'. If I understand correctly; Win 10 compresses data to keep it on RAM, rather than storing it on HDD. So theoretically at least, adding more RAM should help in my case right?
I have uninstalled the programs I don't need, only just have the really important programs that I need for my day to day tasks. There are no unwanted programs auto-starting on startup. It did not make a big difference.
I would look at the option of doing a clean install as a last resort.