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Memory usage

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I have a quite small program that basically reads file information, moves
files and adds the file info to a database. The program have one form with a
listview, two comboboxes and a couple of buttons and labels. At startup it
reads some info from a database to the comboboxes. After startup, the
program uses 10mb of "normal" memory and 20mb of "pagefile" memory. In my
opinion thats quite alot...

Is that normal? If so, does anyone have some tips for redusing / optimizing
memory usage?
Regards,
Oyvind Eriksen
Jul 10 '06 #1
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Oyvind,

Yes, this is normal, and to be expected. It's not a big deal at all,
considering the loading of the CLR, the libraries for data, windows forms,
etc, etc.

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>I have a quite small program that basically reads file information, moves
files and adds the file info to a database. The program have one form with
a listview, two comboboxes and a couple of buttons and labels. At startup
it reads some info from a database to the comboboxes. After startup, the
program uses 10mb of "normal" memory and 20mb of "pagefile" memory. In my
opinion thats quite alot...

Is that normal? If so, does anyone have some tips for redusing /
optimizing memory usage?
Regards,
Oyvind Eriksen

Jul 10 '06 #2

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