OT: (semi) Solving Issues On Windows

Brian Yennie briany at qldlearning.com
Sun Sep 17 18:48:09 EDT 2006


It's certainly possible that it's Quicktime's fault... but I hardly  
think a leak in Safari qualifies as evidence. I'm all for equal  
opportunity vendor bashing, but really...

- Brian

> You know, the problem may not be Windows, but Apple's implementation
> of Quicktime on PC's. Chris has mentioned to me there is a very large
> memory leak in Safari that Apple has known about for a long time, but
> is reticent to fix (something about how Objective-C multi-threads yada
> yada). I wouldn't blame MS for a problem with Quicktime.

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