Hello Again Forum,
After having my computer repaired (H-P Pavilion dv7 / 64-bit / AMD Phenom II 3-core / 4 GB RAM ), upon starting the machine now the RAM usage starts at 80+ %,
I have to use Wise PC Engineers' Memory Optimizer suite to get the RAM usage down to about 37-40% but it inevitably creeps up again, particularly so, whenever
I open Chrome. I an running several desktop gadgets, Norton 360 (with its resource-hungry, multiple-instances of ccsvhst.exe). Apple's mobile device service always
seems to be running along with various auto up-daters for other programs. But it appears that Chrome, MsMpEng.exe, explorer.exe are quite heavy on RAM resources.
I'm not sure why the system RAM usage has increased since the repair except to say that part of the overall repairs included a "re-flowing" of the mother-board.
In the past, prior to my pc's repair, I have noticed in the task manager ( screen shots included) that when Chrome is open, there are multiple instances of Chrome.exe *32. These several instances of chrome.exe*32 appear at once when the browser Chrome is opened. Is there any way to tie these iterations of chrome.exe*32
to the individual processes or services? Thanks again Forum for your time, service and all your help. Cordially, JulianAS.
Post Script: I ask your forgiveness for the ridiculously tiny thumbnails. I have tried for over twenty minutes to enlarge these .jpg's but i don't know how to do this.