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shrink delphi process size

Posted on 2003-10-27
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I've seen somedays a simple pice of code that shrinks process size (made in delphi) in memory... Does anybody remember it?
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geobul earned 30 total points
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Perhaps you have this in mind:

SetProcessWorkingSetSize(GetCurrentProcess, $FFFFFFFF, $FFFFFFFF);

Regards, Geo
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by:vanisoft
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Yes, that is what i was looking for,

Thank You
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