My tablet has 32 gigabytes of memory. When I install a memory utilization app which allows me to see the amount of memory being used by each process, the application claims that my tablet has 1 gigabyte (and about 70% of it is used by pre-installed junk). I am aware that the OS is Linux and so was wondering about the way memory is being utilized. Are the other 31 gigabytes being used as a ram disk or why doesn't the memory app report all 32 gigabytes? Also I am curious if android mounts a remote file system. Are linux shell commands available by android? This is were mounting a remote file system would come in handy and offer a large number of pre-existing tools. Any recommendations of good resource monitoring apps? I found apps that display cpu usage per app and memory usage per app but none that displayed both (at least of not for free). I was looking for something like the old sysinternals programs that someone developed for windows that let you get at a lot of kernel related info. Thanks for checking out my rookie questions.