Memory leak on page refresh
This can be replicated on the tawk.to website by either refreshing the home page multiple times, or browsing between pages that contain the widget, or more slowly just leaving the page open will increase the memory usage.
Refreshing or browsing will increase the memory footprint by about 30MB to 60MB at a time.
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I trust you will post more like that later on.
The best solution for that is to simply restart your PC, and the memory leak won't appear until you open the troublesome program next time. RAM only stores data of running processes while the PC is turned off. Therefore, when you restart your PC, RAM will get empty, and the memory leaking problem will wipe awayhttps://www.myfortiva.net/
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Looking for a close to issue. Expecting a reply.
After a page refresh doesn't the browser throw everything away? It should do, yes. So if your page has a memory leak, over time it will consume more and more memory until/unless the user refreshes it.
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Benton Russel commented
I understand that memory handling is specific to the browser, so the answer may differ in Chrome or Firefox.
Christos Stefanidis commented
Omg I thought I was the only one... Did sent to support but never heard back from them, I hope someone is here.
Timur Yusupov commented
Same here. Issue is present with Chrome 32 and 64 bits. Please address the issue. Thank you.