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Windows 7: Windows 7 64-bit using too much physical memory

22 Dec 2013   #41
Huntsman2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Huntsman2 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Plainview View Post
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Lingvo.exe which is part of ABBYY Dictionary software uses a fair bit of your memory. Jack already mentioned uTorrent. Chrome is also using a lot. Do you have a lot of addons installed? Or did you just have a lot of tabs open?

Tom
I also think that Chrome is the main culprit.

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uTorrent.exe 2908 0.49 29,876 K 30,076 K µTorrent BitTorre

This might be a clue.
A bit too much for uTorrent?
Hi Plainview,
What tool/program did you use to display the all the process that Chrome was using?
I have just stumbled on the answer...
In Chrome top far right "customize and control Google Chrome"
Then Tools/Task Manager.

Here is an explanation why so many Chrome process...
Why Does Chrome Have So Many Open Processes?


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