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    Default Zimbra Desktop uses 147MB

    Zimbra Desktop (build 1338) is using 147MB of RAM, according to the Windows Task Manager.

    One hundred and forty-seven million bytes to display a page of my calendar. This is even worse than OpenOffice.

    Is there any prospect of some optimization being done?

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    zdesktop.exe is the backend service - which handles all the service requests from frontend (prism.exe), sync tasks and much more...

    the one actually "displays" is prism.exe, which is more like a custom-made web browser.

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    So that combined with prism could take the ZCD experience over 200MB under Windows ? I think that is what the poster is trying to say.

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    i believe gborland only looked at zdesktop.exe earlier.

    outlook can easily take 200-300MB of memory.

    we've been always vigilant on resource usage. improving it is definitely a ongoing process.

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