Greenshot is a very handle tool, we use it on our Terminal Server too, but it is very memory hungry. For each user it needs ~30MB memory. With about 100 Users it takes ~3GB of memory, only for running in background.
Here a snapshot from a windows 2008 ts server:
it's actually nice so see that it seems that using Greenshot from a Terminal Server works!
I can't really imagine how people work with it, your users can only capture the software running in the session… Right?
Anyway about your question, I understand your worries!
But please read the following on our Blog:
And have a look at the details, let us know if your assumption is really true!
If so, we should have a look, but for now I assume it only looks like it's "bad"
If you report back, please domspecify which version you are using!
"domspecify" should be "do specify"
not all people are getting the problem, i just downloaded the same package and tried exactly what you did an on my task manager it is using 14MB running in the background.
Let windows do it's thing and ignore it unless there are some real issues with memory leaks or something. Otherwise, it's a good idea to just leave it alone.
This means that a memory leak in a program that only runs for a short time may not be noticed and is rarely serious. sp best you leave it alone.
I understand the memory ussage but... why is the private bytes into Greenshot 1.0.5 Build 2228 (32 bit) higher (mostly over 30mb) as the working set (shared memory)?
When I make a printscreen the private memory is allways over 21MB till waiting 15 min or more... then it decreases to 1.4mb.
can the decreases proccess be performed faster?
Please update to 1.0.6 if possible.
And to answer your question, yes! There is an option in the expert tab, you will recognise it... It 'might' add a performance penalty, but you'll need to see this for yourself.
I have now installed 1.0.6 and also set under the expert tab "Minimize memory footprint, but with a performance penalty (not adviced)" but it doesn't help.
have you another idea?
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