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Thanks, where did you dig that up ;D

That certainly isn't leaving a lot left when you take out the 256MB used for the OS for other applications.


Please accept my proposal, the next version of avast optimize memory usage!

 avast is already one of the lightest antivirus. Very light indeed. Please try posting a screenshot of your task manager so we can analyze what could be causing it.
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Thanks, where did you dig that up ;D

That certainly isn't leaving a lot left when you take out the 256MB used for the OS for other applications.


Please accept my proposal, the next version of avast optimize memory usage!

 avast is already one of the lightest antivirus. Very light indeed. Please try posting a screenshot of your task manager so we can analyze what could be causing it.
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Thanks, where did you dig that up ;D

That certainly isn't leaving a lot left when you take out the 256MB used for the OS for other applications.


Please accept my proposal, the next version of avast optimize memory usage!
Next version of avast no more vrdb
It is not possible to divide anything by zero

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Thanks, where did you dig that up ;D

That certainly isn't leaving a lot left when you take out the 256MB used for the OS for other applications.


Please accept my proposal, the next version of avast optimize memory usage!
Next version of avast no more vrdb
Why? This is a very good feature!

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Why? This is a very good feature!
It's an obsolete technology nowadays. We don't know people that get their file restored using VRDB, do we?
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Why? This is a very good feature!

I answered that question way back in Reply #10.

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You could simply disable the VRDB as from avast version 5 it won't be used as it is old technology which isn't keeping pace with malware developments making it much harder to physically repair a file.
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