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Question about SAS Pro and resource usage

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I am not all that computer savvy. But I was curious to know what programs and processes were using the most system resources.

I was TOTALLY SHOCKED to see that SAS pro runs at 53052K on my machine. It is the largest process running presently on my machine. However, my machine does not seem to slow down at all while SAS Pro is running. It appears to be using a lot of resources, but it doesn't sem to impact my PC's performance.

How is that?

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I am not all that computer savvy. But I was curious to know what programs and processes were using the most system resources.

I was TOTALLY SHOCKED to see that SAS pro runs at 53052K on my machine. It is the largest process running presently on my machine. However, my machine does not seem to slow down at all while SAS Pro is running. It appears to be using a lot of resources, but it doesn't sem to impact my PC's performance.

How is that?

Windows manages the memory and swaps out unused memory - the amount of memory used by SAS won't harm your system, as you indicated, your system is running smooth and is not slow.

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Nick

It might be an idea to *sticky* a topic with reguards resource usage and reported data to the top of this forum.It appears that folks will keep asking the same question since they don't fully understand the reported data limitations etc

Just an idea :wink:

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Nick

It might be an idea to *sticky* a topic with reguards resource usage and reported data to the top of this forum.It appears that folks will keep asking the same question since they don't fully understand the reported data limitations etc

Just an idea :wink:

I am actually preparing a blog and/or detailed description of the resource usage. :)

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