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Fix avast service high disk usage in windows 10/8/7
Thank you for your recent message, dale5351. Could you please show us a screenshot of the kernel pool monitor, as you did in one of your previous posts? Paulino is a writer who lives in Brazil. What about you, Sato? Have you tried the most recent version (build 20.8.5684.602)?
MartinK on the 9th of October, 2020, at 11:44:15 AM
Thank you for your recent message, dale5351. Could you please show us a screenshot of the kernel pool monitor, as you did in one of your previous posts? So there you have it. After about 15 hours of racing, this is the result. A small leak has occurred.
Here’s a screen shot from today, October 11th, at 12:45 p.m.
Over the past 60 hours, the machine has been running. Non-paged memory has increased dramatically in the last three hours, from 461Mbyte to 4.1Gbyte.
Thank you, Paulino, for your excellent review, and thank you, darkwaechter, for your confirmation. Could you please try to post a screenshot of the Kernel Pool Monitor here? This software can be downloaded from the internet. Unfortunately, we have yet to be able to replicate the problem, so this image should show exactly what is leaking on your systems. Please, dale5351, could you try disabling automatic proxy detection in the same way that darkwaechter did? Start Menu->Settings->Network & Internet->Proxy is where you’ll find it.
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What were you doing/had you been doing when you saw this? These will peak during browsing and scanning and then drop after a while. I just took a picture of mine while writing this article, and it’s very tiny. As you can see, my machine firefox has a few more serious hogs.
On September 17, 2008, at 08:58:52 PM, DavidR quoted
What were you/had you been up to?
Nothing in particular, and as I previously said, I was referring to the incorrect memory values.
As you can see, my machine firefox has a few more serious hogs.
That’s too bad for Firefox. For the past 3 1/2 years, I’ve been a volunteer, contributor, and supporter for Mozilla and its products and programs, and I’m frustrated that I still have memory problems since Firefox 3 was supposed to fix them. That doesn’t mean I’d quit Firefox. I’ve just had to cut the number of add-ons I use in half, which makes a difference but not a big one, and if I forget any of them, I just run another instance of Firefox with a different profile, which strangely enough uses less combined memory than running one instance of Firefox with about 50 add-ons. So there you have it.
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Hmmm… I don’t see any change in resource use from 4.7 to 4.8… quite the opposite.
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Do you use peer-to-peer or instant messaging software? If you don’t have any providers, you should turn them off. In addition, what email software do you use? What is the sensitivity level of your Regular Shield? Is it easier to be high or normal? What other resident services do you have going on?
Since I have never used Nod, I cannot comment on the resource use. There are a few tricks that can be used to make it appear to be resource-light. AVG used to run some of its processes within the Windows kernel up until version 8.0, and they don’t show up as AVG in Task Manager. As a result, I don’t know what levels Nod works at, so I can’t make a clear comparison.
My pf use has increased by around 20mb. Another thing I found after installing (4.8.1195) is that the P2P Shield changed to custom on its own… (shouldn’t it be normal?). as well as: Is it natural that uTorrentAzureus and VuzeQtraz are both unticked?
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Controlling which programs start with Windows is one of the most common things users do to try to keep their machine running as smoothly as possible. Having only a few memory or processor-intensive programs load into the system tray on boot can have a negative effect on your computer’s output. Your antivirus program will be one of the most popular programs that will load with Windows and run in the background while the device is running. Have you ever wondered which antivirus programs are the lightest and which ones use the least amount of memory? Since newer computers also come packed with 4GB or more of RAM, having an antivirus that isn’t very memory efficient might not be such a big deal. However, if your machine isn’t the latest and greatest, installing a kit that could consume hundreds of Megabytes of system memory could cause your computer to slow down significantly at inopportune times. We gathered a mix of 25 popular commercial and free antivirus packages to see how they work in order to find out how much memory is consumed by running antivirus software. How We Conducted Our Research Checking an antivirus product’s memory use isn’t an exact science, as you would think, because the software never stands still and is almost always doing something in the background. The fact that you can look at many different numbers while taking memory readings is a challenge.