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Memory Leaks Running on Firefox and Windows 7


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Running the client software on Firefox on my Windows 7 (64 bit) pc, I can see that the memory usage grows and grows.

After about 90 minutes, the memory used is about 1.2 Gb

I'm using the latest Firefox browser.

This memory usage is way over the top, and the increase over time suggest a memory leak. Eventually it will crash Windows.

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