Memory at 80% then crashes

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MechaMonster

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Hey. I've been struggling with my memory reaching about 80% which can be seen on the task manager. My programs are at 80MB memory usage but what's taking up all the storage is this: https://prnt.sc/p3bex5 (picture link to what's using most of the memory.)

Specs:
8gb ram
232gb SSD
1tb hard disk

The windows processes are slowly building up and ends up crashing my computer in the end.
Please help me fix this.
 

MechaMonster

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More information: I've had my computer for a good 2,5 years and this happened yesterday. No matter how many times I restart my computer this doesn't work.
I've turned off superfetch as well but that doesn't work one bit.
 

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Welcome to PCHF MechaMonster,

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