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Old 08-18-2009, 02:22 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by itimpi View Post
Did you also use the tip for setting the main Calibre process to BelowNormal priority?

If not, you can test the effect by doing it manually using Task Manager.
I try setting priority of all processes (Calibre, Calibre-parallel) to low; but it does not help.

During fetching enews (6 enews), I see a lot of Calibre-parallel processes running. Some of it takes up so high memory, almost 1gb. I believe this is the main reason why it slow down my PC because it perform page-in/out all the time due to insufficient memory (I have 1.5gb).

Even I kill the Calibre process, all those Calibre-parallel processes are still running in the background. I have to kill them manually one by one before I can use my PC for other tasks.

Any reason why it took so high memory?

Thanks

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