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How to display meminfo in megabytes in top command?

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Sometimes it is not comfortable to see meminfo in kilobytes while you have several gigs of RAM. In Linux it looks like that:

When in top, typing capital “E” cycles through different memory units (kb, mb, gb etc) in the total memory info:

While lower-case “e” does the same individual process lines:

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