Romeo eats a lot of memory

car shared this idea 21 months ago
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I don't know why, but comparing to other website, the romeo website on PC, windows 7 my case, starts to eat memory once you log in the web and the longer you are logged on, it increases the amount of memory eaten. This was happening with the old version too and with the new version is the same, the result is that blocks my operation on my pc, so I have to close the tab and reopen again in another tab, several times a day. This is happening with the website opened on chrome, opera, firefox... Other websites don't suffer from this issue, so maybe is an error from Romeo? Thanks for checking this out.

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I know the new beta site is very hungry for memory, but the classic desktop version too? Never had a problem with my old pc with an Intel C2D E8400 and 8GB RAM.


Have you tried upgrading your RAM or buying a Solid State Drive and installing your operating system on it? Especially SSDs can give older PCs a tremendous boost in overall performance without paying too much. Often the hard drive is a bottle neck that slows down everything. You can then still use your old hard drive for storage or as a backup medium for example.

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Hi, thanks for your message, but I think is not a problem of HDD, is a problem with memory RAM, which romeo starts to increase the amount of use (maybe cache?) and eats a lot after some time, thus stealing memory for other processes. the task manager points very clearly to Romeo website tab. Hope they can fix this soon. Thanks

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Hey guys, we know that this is a problem, especially with the infinite scrolling. We are working on fixing this for you guys.

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One year after, still no news...

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