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SQL Server will consume as much memory as you will allow it. By default, that number would encompass 100% of your numerical memory on your machine. That‘s why you're seeing what you're seeing. If you give SQL Server 24 GB of memory, then SQL Server will do its best to use 24 GB of memory. Then you have SQL Server and the OS battling for resources, and it’ll always result in poor performance. See more here
To set your SQL memory please see the Knowledge Base item below:
For best practice please see the URL here.
Please have a qualified IT person configure your memory.