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Any hint on why this memory consumption and what can I do to solve it? Causes my laptop to frequently freeze

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  • You can run inxi -t m10 from a terminal to show you the Top 10 biggest memory using applications. You can change the m10 to any number you want, like m20 for Top 20, etc. – Terrance Jun 18 at 13:02
  • Have a look at what processes are using most of the memory. For example, start a terminal and run top then press shift+M to sort by %memory. – codlord Jun 18 at 13:04
  • Edit your question and show me free -h and swapon -s and sudo lshw -C memory. Start comments to me with @heynnema or I'll miss them. – heynnema Jun 18 at 21:36

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