As stated in the topic, new skype is using too much memory. And I have only one chat open. Please don't tell that it's normal.
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Reinstal fixed the tray issue, .113 fixed the cpu and memory issue. Hurray!
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07-08-2011 23:45 - edited 07-08-2011 23:47
Ummmm....how much memory is Skype actually using? You're tinypic.com link doesn't work here so how about just telling us how much is too much memory?
sometimes when I try to open a chat it says "not enough resources" or something along those lines and I have to restart the skype to open the chat window
The next time you get the message, tell us what it is exactly.
From the style of your screenshot, can I assume you're on Win7 or at least Vista? I'm curious how much RAM you have. Anything unusual about the system? I'm guessing that something's very badly interacting with Skype to create this, since I don't recall reports like this before. I've certainly never seen Skype exceed 125MB or so. Is this something you never saw in v5.3 and earlier? Do you have any 3rd-party Skype add-ins?
Yes, Vista. 4gb of ram. Nothing unusual that I can think of. I'm not sure which version of skype was before this one, but I've never seen such abnormal memory and cpu usage. No 3rd party plugins, matter of fact no plugins at all.
800 MB is definitely not normal for Skype. I was going to guess you were running Vista. There were numerous posts on the old forum complaining about RAM use creep and if memory serves me, the users were all running Vista. Unfortunately, I can't find any of those threads now. The search engine on the old forum was pretty useless.
What anti-virus / firewall are you running? I seem to remember that some unusually high RAM use was related to one or two specific a/v programs.
Yes, I'd suspect AV too, though that would be pretty unlucky. Also, is Vista at least at the SP2 level (or better yet, fully updated)?
This Google search of the old forum should turn up some further ideas.
One would be: do you happen to be running Skype in a compatibility mode, such as XP? You can tell by looking at the properties of the Skype shortcut and possibly even skype.exe.