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Java Fubar after running JavaRa

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  • #5974
    Shane Gowland
    Keymaster

    This tutorial was written back in the Windows XP era, but the instructions are still applicable. http://www.duckware.com/pmvr/howtoincreaseappletmemory.html

    Make sure you modify the “Java Application Runtime Settings,” not the Applet settings shown in the picture.

    Add ‘-Xmx300m’ to the “Runtime Parameters” box. Replace 300 with whatever amount of RAM you wish to allocate; but make sure you don’t go overboard (eg >1024) or else your performance will seriously suffer.

    #5984
    Ann
    Guest

    AND – taskmanager gives me several processes for chrome.exe tho’ I have only ONE window open with TWO tabs in the same window? I think there is something seriously wrong with my computer!

    #5985
    Ann
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    Thank You for answering! I hope that will help! I will try!

    #5988
    Shane Gowland
    Keymaster

    As for Chrome; that’s normal, expected behaviour. It creates a new process for every tab you have open, plus every extension, app, theme or flash container. As I type I have about 15 chrome.exe processes running with only four tabs open.

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