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High Memory Usage

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#1 Derptator


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 06:55 PM

Hello Bleepingcomputer.com! I just spent like 20 minutes writing a post and then the issue I am talking about caused chrome to just not work with me and I lost all the things I had typed! I'm gonna cut it short this time. 


Anyways. Basically on my roughly 2 year old computer I have high memory usage for no reason and it's slowing down my computer where it's gotten to the point that even opening skype can bring it to a grinding halt. I've tried fixing it myself and can't do it. I've spent countless hours trying to fix it and I just can't, so I need the help of someone who's better with computers than I am to help me. I've run virus scans and memory diagnostics and a crap ton of other things to try to figure out what's wrong and I can't figure it out. I've been dealing with this for a few months and it just keeps getting worse, it used to never use much even when running bigger programs, but things I could run before now I can't because something is hogging way too much memory.. If anyone would be willing to take the time to work with me to help fix my computer I'd be very grateful.


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#2 dicke



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Posted 19 March 2015 - 08:15 PM


Let's start with the basics, what are the specs on your system - hardware and software?



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