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Under Gnome, that memory usage is totally normal. If you want a less memory-hungry, you should look into one of the spins (esp. XFCE, LXDE, Hawaii, Mate, ...).

Your memory should be freed again after you close an application - use top to monitor...

Under Gnome, that memory usage is totally normal. If you want a less memory-hungry, you should look into one of the spins (esp. XFCE, LXDE, Hawaii, Mate, ...).

Your memory should be freed or freeable again after you close an application - use top or free -mto monitor...monitor usage.

Under Gnome, No special tweak needed. Gnome is memory hungry and that memory usage is totally normal. If you want a less memory-hungry, you should look into one of the spins (esp. XFCE, LXDE, Hawaii, Mate, ...).

Your memory should be freed or freeable again after you close an application - use top or free -mto monitor usage.

No special tweak needed. Gnome is memory hungry and that usage is totally normal. If you want a less memory-hungry, memory-hungry Desktop, you should look into one of the spins (esp. XFCE, LXDE, Hawaii, Mate, ...).

Your memory should be freed or freeable again after you close an application - use top or free -mto monitor usage.

No special tweak needed. Gnome is memory hungry and that usage is totally normal. If you want a less memory-hungry Desktop, you should look into one of the spins spins (esp. XFCE, LXDE, Hawaii, Mate, ...).

Your memory should be freed or freeable again after you close an application - use top or free -mto monitor usage.