Description: This is a very basic tutorial to show you how to boost the RAM used in your Minecraft game. PS: this is for Windows 7 (64-bit) (Confirmed working on XP and Vista) Why Boost? Sometimes there happen events on the map that the standard 512 MB isnt enough for. ex. tnt explosions, large amounts of events, mobs, experience orbs. 1.) Open up Notepad. Note: If you don't have it on your desktop, you can search for it in the Start Menu 2.) The Syntax for the line of code goes as following: Code: javaw -Xms [i]Amount of actual RAM[/i] m -Xmx [i]Amount of MaxRAM[/i] m -jar "[i]Directory of Minecraft.exe [/i]" I prefer to boost up to 1GB. You can have as much as you want (1GB, 2GB, 4GB, etc.), but don't overdo the actual RAM capacity of your computer So for 1GB, copy this: Code: javaw -Xms1024m -Xmx2048m -jar "[i]Directory of Minecraft.exe[/i]" 3.) Hit "Save as...", choose the desired name and destination, but remember to have the document type as ".bat". This is very important, because it is a Batch file you will be launching. 4.) Now simply locate your .bat file, double click it, and minecraft will open as usual. Note: Since I would guess most of your have your minecraft.exe on your desktop, the directory would be like this: "C:\Users\Username\Desktop\minecraft.exe" Note2: If you get errors. Remeber to install the latest Java SDK Version (thanks adey).