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is it normal for sygate to use this much memory
23,736kb
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Hello scsangelia!

I use Sygate at home but i've never really taken any notice of it's memory usage. I'll have a look at my computer later when I get home.
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thanks for help i'll be waiting for your reply
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is it normal for sygate to use this much memory
23,736kb


I am using Sygate Personal Firewall (free version) and it typically uses around 8,000 - 9,000kb. Hope that helps. I used to use ZoneAlarm free, but had problems with it beginning to leak memory when on for extended periods of time.

Cheers,
Tom
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