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I have been running EventGhost with a simple set of Macros. After a week's running I noticed that there are in excess of 100 EventGhost processes running in the Windows 7 task manager my concern is that I wanted to be able to essentially implement and forget and suspect that I may end up with a memory issue if I don't do something. Is there anything I can do to automatically clear down these processes or stop them in the first place. Steve
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Yeah I have seen this too. The issue stems from how Windows 7 uses different user levels to launch processes and how it isolates them from the system. For instance, running a process under the Administrator role isolates a process running from the user account from accessing it. Thus it spawns a new process. I find completely turning off UAC resolves this issue.
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