NAV 2007 and Vista - Peak memory use?

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Littlemutt, Mar 22, 2007.

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  1. Littlemutt

    Littlemutt Guest

    I've been seeing what appears to be an awfully high number in the taskmanager.
    Using Vista Home Premium - 1gig mem on a 1 gig AMD CPU (I know not the best, but it runs).

    I have two instances of ccSvcHst.exe showing in the Manager.
    1. Working Set 3.1meg
    Peak Working Set 766Meg o_O

    Its obvious that its not using that much of my 1gig as I am only running at just under 50% of memory use With Outlook 2007, Firefox and 20 tabs, 2 weather programs, NAV, WinDefender - and a host of other stuff for a total of 51 processes.

    I've looked at Symantec site and tried searching for ccSvcHst and got a 'not found' ? Huh? Its 'their' file hahahaha

    Any ideas why its so big?
     
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    I am not sure, mine is showing 4236k peak on one and 55800k on the other.
     
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  4. lodore

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    its like £10 for a 1gb of readyboost certified memory stick and its even made by corsair
    lodore
     
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    I have a Sandisk Cruzer Titanium 2GB for use with ReadyBoost :) It was supposedly one of the faster USB flash drives according to some tests I saw.
     
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    Not even near 7,000k here, its SUPER Low on Vista Ultimate :cool:
     
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