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  1. Hi. Im looking for advice. I have 2 old Win 7 Home Premium service pack 1 Acer Revo nettops I use for bits n bobs, no heavy lifting. I run SAS premium on both. On one of them, the working set memory is 10k. On the other its persistently really high, 110k or more. Ive made sure they are both fully updated, for software and definitions. I ran a scan on the offending unit, but it came up with nothing. Why is one unit so different from the other when they are such similar machines doing next to nothing? Any thoughts gratefully received.
  2. Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Current SAS version: 6.0.1158 - Installed 2014 Oct 08, Australia (EN-AU) FYI: Version discrepancy: On checking my current version of SAS before downloading the above version, via the SAS Update mechanism, I noticed that there was a discrepancy between: 1.The version as shown by the about in SAS - 6.0.1146, and 2. that shown by the Windows Programs and Features (Uninstall/Modify) Control Panel link - 5.0.1118 The Language and Plugins folders indicate an install date on my machinne as 2011 Aug 15. Also, the only file in the C:\Program Files\SUPERAntiSpyware folder with the2011 Aug 15 date is "Uninstall.dat". After the instalation of v6.0.1158 the date of the "Uninstall.dat" file had not changed and neither had the Windows installed version. Seems to indicate that "Uninstall.dat" needs to be changed as often as each release.
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