I'm running gnome3 in raring. I have 4GB ram, but I'm experiencing high use of swap.
Looking with htop I see (among other processes):
PID USER PRI NI VIRT RES SHR S CPU% MEM% TIME+ Command 1293 root 20 0 2078M 1325M 704 S 0.0 33.6 1:40.90 /usr/sbin/cups-browsed
it looks weird: cups-browsed uses 1325MB of my ram!! If I had 1GB ram the system would be swapping a lot.
Searching for cups-browsed, I see it's a deaemon that is needed (?) for managing network printers. I actually have a wireless printer.
May I safely uninstall cups-browsed? Any other hint?