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Memory Leak - Windows 8


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#1 Clade

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Posted 14 June 2015 - 07:22 PM

Hello everyone!
 
Google Chrome browser, along with their extensions, are responsible for excessive memory consumption on Windows OS.
 
As the Chrome closing in management tasks, be observed a significant reduction in the use of memory (seen but not captured).
 
Using Windows Kit, Poolmon.exe, with open or closed Chrome the value of CM31 tag leak is pretty much the same, just over 80 million bytes.
 
CM31 relates to what?
 
Remembering my English is not the official language.
 
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