Memory load and RAM usage ??

Discussion in 'ewido anti-spyware forum' started by 2harts4ever, Aug 17, 2006.

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  1. 2harts4ever

    2harts4ever Registered Member

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    Good morning,

    I just started using the free version of Ewido Anti-Spyware and I am noticing that when I run a scan something different is happening to my available Memory load and Physical RAM.

    I use a program called 'TClockExe' to somewhat monitor the usage of the above two items.

    When I run my other anti-spyware programs my memory load being used increases and my available RAM decreases.

    However, with Ewido, I notice that the memory usage decreases and the available physical RAM increases.

    Is this normal or could someone tell me the difference in the usage statistics. My other two anti-spyware programs are the most recent free versions of free Spybot S&D and Ad-Aware SE.

    Thanks and regards,

    2harts4ever
     
  2. The Hammer

    The Hammer Registered Member

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    Yes it is normal but only temporary. I believe I saw an answer to that effect from one of the Ewido developers in regards to a question asked sometime ago concerning 3.5.
     
  3. 2harts4ever

    2harts4ever Registered Member

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    Morning The Hammer,

    Glad to hear from you. I was beginning to think my post was taboo... lol

    I was just curious why both my memory and RAM readings seemed to be going the wrong way when I was using the program.

    Your input
    helps answer my concern. :thumb:

    Have a great weekend!

    Thanks and regards,

    2harts4ever
     
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