High-memory usage can be related to a couple of things. I’ll discuss four things that might be causing this, but first, I want to talk about an assumption that I think you’re making here.
I have the free version of AVG anti-virus 2013. And I keep getting this error: “AVG has detected high memory usage by Internet Explorer 8”. When that comes up, my computer slows way down. I do not have any add-ons and I’ve taken just about everything I don’t need off of my computer, but I am still getting this error. I have Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 3.
Lately, when I visit a new website (new to me anyway), I get a message that says that this website does not work well with IE7 and telling me to upgrade. But I already have IE8 so why do they not know this? IE8 is the newest browser I can use with Windows XP and I have no desire to change to any other operating system. Is there a way to stop such messages? How?
It’s frustrating when this happens. I’ve occasionally experienced it as well.
The issue here is that it’s typically not an issue that’s in our control. It’s usually the website’s fault.
So, what to do? I only have a few suggestions here.