I know SQL Server will take up all memory on a server by design, but this is my desktop not a network server. What should I be looking at in terms of what they installed that needs to be changed so that I can work again?
I am running both SQL Server 2014 and SQl server 2008 SSMS as well as SSIS packages for both. I have no SSMS open and no are there programs besides this and task Manager Lync and my system is up to 94% of my memory being used just after a reboot. I never had this issue before they loaded 2014. But it has been continual since they did. I am sure there is some setting I need to change, but can't find anything on it as all the things I find seem to refer to how memory is handled on a server. It currently is running SQLServer.exe even though I have not opened SSMS since the reboot.
I have 6 GB of memory on an Intel Xeon CPU and Windows 7. It is an HP Z600 workstation.