The most encountered error in WordPress installs these days is the “memory exhausted” error.
We get this error while we’re trying to install / activate / update plugins and themes or while we try to do memory intensive tasks inside our WordPress sites.
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of xxxxxxxx bytes exhausted (tried to allocate xxxx bytes) in …
Many people are anxious when met this error, but don’t worry. In this guide, we’ll explain you a step-by-step process to resolve WordPress memory exhausted error by increasing PHP memory limit.