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Resource hogging

Jonn Jonzz

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I've searched the site, including these fora, and I've not been able to find this issue addressed:


I've been using IOS360 for a week or so, and I'm having trouble with it being a huge resource hog.


It's fine when I first boot, but after the computer has been "on" for several hours, it becomes very slow and unresponsive, to the point I have to do a hard shutdown and restart.


When I first boot, if I invoke Task Manager and look at the Processes tab, I only see two items I can identify as belonging to IOS360: is360srv.exe and is360tray.exe; the Performance tab shows CPU usage at about 5% and memory usage quite modest. However, if I do the same things when the system is performing badly, I find literally dozens of instances of is360 items, CPU usage holds at around 90% continuously, and memory usage is quite high -- assuming I am even able to successfully invoke Task Manager.


The program seems to be a nice idea, but if I can't get this problem fixed, it's way more trouble than it's worth.


I'm running v. 1.30 of IOS360 on Windows XP with SP3.


Thanks for any help!

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Hi J'onn J'onzz,


The memory usage increasing by time has been discussed in the forum, and you can find it in this section.


I am sure IObit is aware and working on it.


But, dozens of instances of is360 is new to me and the forum, can you supply us a Screenshot of the Task Manager when it happens?



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