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SammiLucia

Memory Leak in W10 1809-1909

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Hi, thanks for an amazing product which I've used for years.

I've tried on 3 separate computers, with StartIsBack 2.8.9 installed, explorer.exe commit size balloons out over 1 or 2 days (see attached) on all 3 PCs. Sometimes up to 20 GB.

If I remove StartIsBack on any of the PCs this behaviour stops happening.

In addition, Chromium based browsers (Cent, Brave) start drawing a black screen on heavy use (30+ tabs, especially several YouTube tabs). Eventually Chrome and/or the PC will become unresponsive and hang.

Killing and restarting explorer.exe prolongs the eventual hang.

Of possible relevance, I'm also using UltraUXThemePatcher, and OldNewExplorer.

Task Manager: https://imgur.com/a/qgaoJFd

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Enable GDI and USER columns, check if there is a resource leak?

Enable 'command line' column, check if it's main shell or separate browsers leaking?

Try to find any noticeable explorer.exe memory leak scenario?

Memory usage should be sub-100MB.

 

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On 12/17/2019 at 3:10 PM, Tihiy said:

Enable GDI and USER columns, check if there is a resource leak?

Enable 'command line' column, check if it's main shell or separate browsers leaking?

Try to find any noticeable explorer.exe memory leak scenario?

Memory usage should be sub-100MB.

 

hey, thank you, i will do and will come back to you.

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