Hehe, I've no clue of what channels you're talking about.
I can literally watch the consuming of memory for the futures.io (formerly BMT) Chrome process grow if I extensively use the 'New Posts' button (which I always did in IE without any issues) while other websites stay within normal parameters concerning the use of memory. So as a work around, after a while I close the futures.io (formerly BMT) tab as it reaches 1 Gig of memory and open it up again in a new tab...
Kind of strange indeed, so I was interested in that swap memory thing @sam028 was talking about...
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We are getting off-topic. But briefly: Start by disabling all extensions and closing all other tabs, and see if you can reproduce.
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Windows 7 Premium only support 1 remote desktop monitor, you'll need Windows 7 Enterprise or higher to do this with the official Microsoft RDP client. To be trid with another RDP client like 2X.
In fact it might work in lunaching mstsc.exe with the /span option, but that won't be as nice as a full display on multiple monitors (you'll see the borders)/
This is a bit strange as MacOSX Microsoft RDP client, which is free, supports multiple screens...
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Not sure exactly what U mean, but as I don't have Enterprise or Ultimate, is there another Remote Desktop application that would be suitable AND be compatible with Win7 HP AND make my experience with 2 monitors satisfying ??
You can set up a SSH server on Windows (Geek to Live: Set up a personal, home SSH server), which can handle multiple sessions and windows easily. I haven't tried this lately though, Cygwin could still be susceptible to the Shellshock buffer overrun vulnerability if they haven't patched it.