bobs at twft.com
Tue Dec 13 11:30:12 CST 2011
A long time ago I noticed a memory leak, albeit a small one in Safari. Later I discovered it was a known problem, but it wasn't fixed for several versions thereafter. Maybe Apple thought it was so small that it didn't merit attention.
By the time they fixed it I had given up and went with Firefox.
On Dec 12, 2011, at 8:48 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:
> On 12/12/11 5:26 PM, Robert Brenstein wrote:
>> Has anyone noticed a memory leak when using Ghostery in Safari? Snow
>> Leopard 10.6.8, Safari 5.1.2. When Ghostery is inactive, the memory
>> stays low for days. With Ghostery, I seem to have a slow leakage which
>> accelates at some point. It might not be Ghostery itself, of course, but
>> some combination of programs but Ghostery is definitely involved.
> I only run it in FireFox so I can't really say, but I do keep FF open for weeks or more at a time and haven't had any issues. But I know that doesn't prove anything.
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