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By John Donovan
#2291
I'm not really sure, and this might be bogus, but you could always try reducing Skype's priority from task manager on Windows 7. On Windows 8, I think you can't do that anymore, but I think you should be able to create a batch file which could do just that.
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By Bonzer
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Well, Skype is a resource hungry application. It was developed by P2P network programmers and they made it disabling bandwidth a tough proposition for the application. It consumes a lot of memory and virtual memory as well.

You may try disabling Skype plugin manager to reclaim some memory space. Let's hope Skype improves its software.
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By Yosh
#2310
John Donovan wrote:I'm not really sure, and this might be bogus, but you could always try reducing Skype's priority from task manager on Windows 7. On Windows 8, I think you can't do that anymore, but I think you should be able to create a batch file which could do just that.
I'll have to try this. Thank you for the tip!
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By Yosh
#2311
Bonzer wrote:Well, Skype is a resource hungry application. It was developed by P2P network programmers and they made it disabling bandwidth a tough proposition for the application. It consumes a lot of memory and virtual memory as well.

You may try disabling Skype plugin manager to reclaim some memory space. Let's hope Skype improves its software.
I really hope they improve it. Thank you for the tip, I'll have to try it out too!

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