10.9.1 fixed one thing!

LV426

macrumors 6502a
Jan 22, 2013
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Whenever stuff started acting weird or beachballing I'd check in activity monitor and sure enough, all 16gb ram would be maxed out.
So which processes were using all your RAM? Do you perhaps have a rogue application on all your laptops?

I have an 8GB laptop that runs Mavericks without any issue like this.
 

ljonesj

macrumors 6502a
Oct 20, 2009
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Kingsport TN
i know mine does this on my mac mini when i stream my itunes stuff to my apple tv 2 and any time i access the my hd that has my itunes on from any of my other computers the ram gets all used so people saying the ram usage is better to me its the same as it always been since snow leopard i skipped mountain lion
 
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