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Actually since I do not use this product,I cannot elaborate or add to the discussion.
We have asked that there be a 'Specific' area created for this product, since it replaced 'Safekey'
You can of course report it to Technical Support, if you choose.
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I'm always astounded just how much memory Windows apps consume - but since hardly any of it is "real memory" - it's all paged to disk, it really doesn't matter. One of the problems of moving from low to high level languages like .NET I expect.
So it is not important how much RAM is used?! Why this?!
How much free physical memory does your machine report? If there's any physical memory free, in reality, you have too much physical memory installed for the workload your machine is handling
This is a good introduction on the topic of Virtual Memory - Virtual memory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Does it mean that when Memory is free it would be bad if Windows won't use it?!
Or True Key?!
As long as you have some free memory, I dont think it's important how much.
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