Hello! I'm having the same issue that a lot of Google Chrome users are experiencing - excessive Inactive RAM (>2GB) that is not released to Free memory for other apps until Chrome is completely closed (even closing memory-hogging tabs won't work). As a result, OS X starts using swap instead of releasing the inactive memory. I know that inactive memory can be forced to be released with "purge" in Terminal, but that's only a temporary solution. Is there a way to keep Chrome from using Inactive memory? I understand that being able to re-open closed tabs, etc., won't be available, and that's alright. I'd rather not completely disable Inactive Memory in OS X, though, just that one app. Is there any way this can be done? Thanks!