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Member 10253026 wrote:
Can some one help me in deleting the memory in my application created by that function in ocx.?


If your windows application allocates 1GB of RAM... then properly releases it... Yes; the operating system is very lazy in returning that memory back to the system. This is by design. You should not do anything and allow the OS to manage memory. The OS is very good at this.

In theory you should be able to do:
C++
SetProcessWorkingSetSize(-1,-1);


or

C++
EmptyWorkingSet(YourPID);


This will force the OS to release all unused pages assigned to your application. But trust me... this is not necessary and will most likely do more harm than good.


Best Wishes,
-David Delaune
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