VMMAP is a program for analyzing the use of virtual and physical memory in various operating system processes. It is an ideal tool for programmers who work on optimizing memory usage in their own applications. A clear tool screen contains the most important information, including the process number of the operating system and memory usage. The key messages contained in VMMAP are divided into various categories, such as Image (executable file and file path), Shareable (memory shared with other processes with data from different libraries), Mapped File (file path on the hard disk), Heap (user-managed memory), Managed Heap (memory managed by the memory cleanser), Stack (memory with information about parameters, variables of local functions and function calls), Date (process data cache), Page Table (physical system memory) and Unsuable (free memory that cannot be used by the system). VMMAP has a clear user interface, so there are no problems viewing the data. However, if we want to, we can export them in one of the many ways offered by the program.