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Old 16-12-2002, 11:47 PM
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A question of memory. A question of memory. Sorry what was..

So cut the cwap - Heres the question that does'th plague ones mind

if the manager reports this:

11kB Calendar
104kB Contacts
144B Documents
27kB Messages
256kB Images
28kB Sound Files
590kB Applications
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3636kB Mem. in use
457kB Free Memory

Well what I dont understand is - that all equals to aprox 2.8MB - Then why the hell does it say 3636kB Mem in use if its only report in total off 2.8 used?! Im confussed!!! I wanna my space back!
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Old 16-12-2002, 11:52 PM
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For some stupid reason, the App. Manager only shows *.jar applications you've installed and not your *.sis

The first screen shows your *.sis so don't forget to add those as well.

And the rest of your missing space is probably being used by registry and useless data from previous installs.
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Old 16-12-2002, 11:56 PM
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For some stupid reason, the App. Manager only shows *.jar applications you've installed and not your *.sis

And the rest of your missing space is probably being used by registry and useless data.
USELESS DATA!!! [I recently wrote a post expressing i was on a quest against the affor mentioned dirt] Where abouts do you know anyuseless data coagulates?
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Old 17-12-2002, 12:00 AM
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For some stupid reason, the App. Manager only shows *.jar applications you've installed and not your *.sis

And the rest of your missing space is probably being used by registry and useless data.
USELESS DATA!!! [I recently wrote a post expressing i was on a quest against the affor mentioned dirt] Where abouts do you know anyuseless data coagulates?
Most of the useless data I've found were to be in C: root folder. But be careful not to delete a component of an application is installed. You can delete components of the applications that you've removed.

I had the trial version of Handy Safe. after finding it wasn't of any use to me, I deleted it. Using a file manager, I found that a Handy Safe component was still in my C:root folder taking up 16kb (the little bastard)
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Old 17-12-2002, 01:46 AM
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yes all the handy what-noy programs do it.

and bu the way all the handy programs suck.
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and bu the way all the handy programs suck.
Not at all. Maybe for you, but I don't see the reason why you should generalize it.

Handy Safe is a good App.
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and bu the way all the handy programs suck.
Not at all. Maybe for you, but I don't see the reason why you should generalize it.

Handy Safe is a good App.
I totally agree with this. Handy safe is good app, who should always remember those stupid PINs? Now I can have them in my cell phone
 

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