On Friday, 8 May 2015 at 18:04, real bas wrote: > It is eally, no matter the installation mode. Thanks for suggest htop. > Using htop and iceweasel with 1 tab, I'm using 1.3 GB RAM (and 5 MB swap > used), I don't install any programs or startup any program after install > debian 8. 1.3 GB RAM may be reasonable depending on whether it includes buffers and cache. I suggested htop because it clearly differentiates between the different memory uses. See attached screenshot I just took on my 8 core 8GB RAM laptop (to be on-topic ;-) system which has iceweasel, several instances of emacs, several xterms, and various sundry utilities (conky, music) running. You'll see that about 1.5 GB is green: that's the actual memory footprint of the active processes. The other memory use is mostly buffered memory. There's a smidgen of swap as well.
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