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Find And Run Robot / Re: A one-way memory usage?
« on: October 19, 2009, 11:23 PM »
this option should be tagged as recommended, i think
Why?

A lot of people are going to favor faster "wakeup" rather than saving a puny little amount of memory.
That's just my personal opinion :) And I have never noticed there is any extra "wakeup" latency after I changed the option.

Anyway, I still think Farr acts abnormal in terms of the phenomenon I mentioned.

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Find And Run Robot / Re: A one-way memory usage?
« on: October 19, 2009, 10:53 AM »
cool :)
this option should be tagged as recommended, i think
it behaves completely in accordance with my will now :Thmbsup:

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Find And Run Robot / A one-way memory usage?
« on: October 19, 2009, 10:14 AM »
Hi Farr users,
I'm using Farr now. Overall, I love this software except for its strange memory use. In my system, I've observed into its mem usage several times, and the result amazed me a lot. At first, the usage is around 4MB, then the first time I hit BREAK after launch, it increases to a little bit more than 8MB, and every time it does a more expensive job, the usage increases correspondingly. Now, the strange thing comes. Its usage never come down. Even when it's idle, the usage stays at the topmost level it ever reaches. It gives me a impression that Farr never realize memory :(
I'm curious about what about yours? do you have the same problem?

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Hi aks. I use both FARR and Everything. Thank you for connecting them together.
But I have found it doesn't support non-ASCII input. For example, I'm a Chinese user, and it doesn't recognize Chinese characters.
Both FARR and Everything works well with Chinese characters on my system.

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