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Program Memory Usage

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I made a simple Alarm program in VB6 that sits in the system tray and for some reason it takes up close to 7 megs of memory. Not a lot by today's standards but it seems like a lot for such a simple program. It does use Access for the set alarms but the database usually only contains a few lines of records. Nevertheless, is there any way to figure out exactly what is hogging up the memory?
 
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Originally posted by jcs83md
I made a simple Alarm program in VB6 that sits in the system tray and for some reason it takes up close to 7 megs of memory. Not a lot by today's standards but it seems like a lot for such a simple program. It does use Access for the set alarms but the database usually only contains a few lines of records. Nevertheless, is there any way to figure out exactly what is hogging up the memory?
What version of Access are you using? Do you access, Access via the VB intefrace as this intails loading into memory the entire shebang?
 

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