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memory leakage "thre"proc" nonp and shutdown problem

Hi all i'm having this problem for a long time or "since i upgraded to windows 10 pro " my 'system' is taking 300 MB and some time it jumps to 500MB which is a lot for me since i have only 4GB of ram Sad i checked poolmon and the photo is attached and some pics of task manger help please ..one more thing if you can help me with my laptop is Toshiba L40-A and it's not shutting down i hit the shut down button from the start menu it's just turning off the display but the light around the power button is still and never shut down until i hold it for couple of seconds and it happen i sleeping too sometime when i leave it a while then use it it just do like i hit the shutdown button black screen and a light around the power button (not the power plan) i really need your help on both problem !! the photos now ps : only one tap is open with chrome

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Same here.

Because free RAM is wasted RAM, it's proper for a VM OS (Windows is such) to use all RAM even if for a trivial thing. Since 500MB is only a 1/8 of the RAM I don't see much wrong here.

For example, as there are more and more viruses the size of what it takes to scan it all grew to very large sizes. Not much can be done about that growth except to say change OSes to non-Windows.

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will it help

I'll upgrade my ram in the future .. so if i made an clean installment for windows 10 will it help ?? or 7 ?

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I have a W10 4GB laptop

Mostly for testing and it's a clean install. Some apps do grow as you noted so that's not going to stop apps that use RAM.

I also see a torrent running. Torrent users tend to complain the most. Why torrent and complain?

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help or ****

if you have something to help then say it if you don't then **** ... cuz it's rude and doesn't make any sance

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So run torrents and complain about

Memory, infections, slowness and the like. Run a clean PC and it should get better.

As presented I see nothing wrong. Windows, all versions should be pretty much the same given what you are running.

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mmm

ok thanks cuz i heard it is common in windows 10

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I'm now on 8.1 and 10 mostly.

Yes, the office has some old project running on XP and 7. What's totally gone now is Vista.

Every one of those use memory, even if for a trivial thing. And all seem to have been complained about under the conditions you have in your post here. As such I have to point out that torrents continue to cause a lot of troubles like this. Folk run such, then complain of this or that. Here I have a very very outdated Sony Vaio Core2Duo with 4GB RAM some 500GB HDD and onboard video for testing 10 on older gear and the usual 4GB RAM. (And it's does very well!)

I also happen to have this tablet thing from Asus with 2GB RAM, some dual core Celeron, 32GB Flash SSD and 500GB in the base+keyboard+battery dock. I'm uncertain if that's good for day to day use but can see it usable for travel and demoing that our apps do run on such low end hardware. I see I forgot to mention it's on Windows 10 too.

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