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Google Desktop hogging memory

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#1 RomanVT


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Posted 11 September 2010 - 09:45 AM

Hello All:

I have been using Google Desktop for about 2 years now without any problems/issues at all. Recently, my computer has been going very slow and by opening Task Manager, I have found that there is always a 2nd instance of Google Desktop that is taking up a boatload of my company's memory (see picture).

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I have GD installed on a laptop (with all the same gadgets on it) and it runs smoothly between 8-15K. Any ideas on how to fix this or what is wrong with it?

Thank you for your advice,

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