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Normal RAM usage?

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Hi.

With Real-time protection enabled, what's supposed to be the "normal" RAM usage of the mbamservice, at idle?

With previous versions, I think I had something around or a little less than 50MB, but with 1.50, I see between 75 and 85MB, and about 90MB of Virtual Memory.

I have no other real-time preotection of any kind. (AV is on-demand only)

Thanks in advance.

Fran

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Update:

RAM is now at 44MB, go figure...

(but VM is still at 89MB)

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Ram usage will depend on your system and what all runs in the background and what Malwarebytes is doing at the time.

At idle I have seen the ram go anywhere from 30 to 80MB depending on the system I check it on.

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Thanks.

It's normal, then.

I know, my system is really outdated... :rolleyes:

Not a priority to update it though.

Best regards,

Fran

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Finally updated the puter a week ago.

Installed the latest MBAM release, and enabled real-time protection.

The mbamservice.exe memory and VM usage is around 82MB for each.

Normal?

Thanks in advance!

Regards,

François

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Hello François:

That is quite close to my version 1.51.0.1200 also.

HTH :)

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