I have a mid 2007 iMac with OSX 10.6.8 on it and I have the most current version of iTunes. Most every morning if not every morning, I turn on iTunes to download the latest News podcast and iTunes will crash. When my iMac comes out of Sleep mode, it backs up to my Time Capsule while iTunes is starting up. I have the basic FREE MEMORY app running and I can see the available memory continue to drop as iTunes goes through its "Delivering Results Genius thing" back to Apple. The memory quickly gets down to maybe 4 or 5 MB free, (yes MB) and then iTunes crashes. I don't know what is eating up all the memory and why it crashes. I called Apple and they had me reinstall iTunes and that does not seem to have helped. The only other thing they said to do is install Mavericks. Does anyone have any ideas on what I can do to fix this? BTW, I have 4GB of RAM. My iMac can only take 6GB max. Any ideas? Also, if there is any bit of information that you might need to help me solve this, please ask and I will post it here. I don't want to post the 10000 lines of the crash report because I don't know what is important and what is not.