|06 Feb 2013||#14|
To me the total memory used seems high for the number of processes running with the most memory used by a process < 100,000K.
I'm just guessing here...
On a Win 7 32 Bit OS with 4GB RAM,
I have 50 processes running with Firefox at 180,000K memory.
Total memory used is 30%
Could something be running and using a lot of memory that is not listed in Task Manager ?
I think I recently read about some malware that hid itself when Task Manager or Process Explorer is opened...
I don't use torrents, so I have no idea what normal usage is.
I would start scanning for malware, especially considering torrents are used...
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