Hello everyone. Has anyone find it necessary to close and re-open Chrome, iTunes, and Finder on Mac OSX (SL) from time to time? This applies only if you never turn off your Mac. Every once in a while I find it necessary to restart Chrome to reduce memory usage, especially if I have a lot of open tabs with Flash video. If left unchecked, some tabs will start crashing. Same thing with iTunes, when memory usage goes haywire, the app store iPhone/iPad screen shots will not load. Finally, I need to relaunch Finder when folder icons starts disappearing. This would be akin to re-springing in iOS which also help releasing memory. I hate to have to resort to installing more system memory just for the memory leaks. I wonder if other users have similar experience. Hopefully OSX Lion Finder will be improved.