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Parent5x

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Hello

So I just got rid of the freebie anti-virus programs that left my dell hanging and I am pleased with my McAfee service so far. The only problem is, my PF Usage has been way higher than it needs to be??? Almost 700MG. I do not know anything about memory usage so I am lost. I do use Mozilla and is has been using way over 100,000K for memory according to my Task Manager. I do not know what my next step should be. My browser has been hanging more than normal though so I know I need to do something? Thank you kindly! :thumbsup:
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rshaffer61

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Hello Parent5x.... Welcome to
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:ph34r: :yes:

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