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  1. Reproducing it is just a matter of installing Malwarebytes. I've attached a number of images to illustrate the difference in system behaviour between having it installed and not having it installed. What happens with Malwarebytes installed: Picture 1: Process list view in RAMMap immediately after rebooting the machine. Picture 2: Same view after starting notepad.exe. It is using about 3MB of memory. Picture 3: Same view after closing notepad by clicking the X in the upper-right of the window. Notepad.exe remains in the list with 72k of memory usage. What happ
  2. Hello, I'm experiencing a problem that appears to be identical to the one described in this discussion on Microsoft Technet. The problem is that when Malwarebytes is installed, terminated processes leave memory unreleased, particularly in the Page Table. This chews up a lot of memory over time if many processes are started and stopped. I did not have the program listed as the culprit in the above discussion, so I used DriverView to see all of my installed drivers, started from what was most recently installed or updated and worked back, using RAMMap to see if closed processes remain
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