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Right now 30 Processes running and total of 308MB in use. I thought there was only suspose to be 23 or something like :unsure:

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Right now 30 Processes running and total of 308MB in use. I thought there was only suspose to be 23 or something like :unsure:

Just 18 processes running here but it all depends on your computer. Try disabling any unnecessary background services (Start>Run>services.msc) if you consider it a problem.

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28 Processes, 285MB Ram usage. I'd like to note though that two of those apps are Firefox and Paint.NET. Aside from that, I have a bunch of stuff like foobar2000, MirandaIM, UltimateDefrag, and such going.

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I just got off from talking to one of my friends whos currently in School being trained in programming. He says it's normal as that's what I thought. I'm no smarter then him in some parts.

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit Edition | COOLER MASTER Centurion 590 with 4 120mm Blue LED FANS 1 Regular 120MM FAN and a Custom Window Side Panel | AMD Athlon II x4 2.6GHZ Stock| XIGMATEK HDT-S963 92mm | ASRock A780GXE/128 | G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) @800MHZ | CF 2 XFX 4850 1GB @GPU940/MEM1005 | 320GB/OS 160GB/Storage HDDs | LG CD/DVD SATA | Rosewill 600W 2 12v Rail@44 | Ccleaner, Defraggler | Malwarebytes', SUPERAnti-Spyware | Avira AntiVir Personal | Google Chrome v3/4, IE8
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