As I said actually on Teamtalk, there are applications for one on one voice
chats and then there are applications for conferences. I think Teamtalk is
more suited to conferences, even though supposedly it takes less memory than
Skype. Honestly, since Skype doesn't put adware on the computer and since
when I use it everything doesn't slow to a crawl, I don't care how much
memory I use with it. But then again, I don't use it that much to start
----- Original Message ----- From: "Farhan Khan" <Farhan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Chris Gilland" <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, May 15, 2006 22:54
Subject: [bct] Re: Perhaps be warned. : Free calls to any phone within the US and Canada with Skype
Hello, I run a system with 256 mb of ram and a 1.67 ghz processor aka amd 2000 and i find, when i'm activly using skype. it uses about 30 meggs of my systems ram, this is unexcusable, what voice application need to use that much ram?
Right now, currently, skype is just sitting there, and its at. uh, lets see, 11 meggs of ram on idle.
I think there's a problem here?
Teamtalk, my voice application of choice only uses one meg of memory with it activly working in the system tray.
ON 5/15/2006 at 22:50 Chris Gilland said Not to start a flame, and Im only gonna say this one time, and one time only, as I do not wanna again, start an argument, but in all do respect, Patrick, you have far more ram than I do, and I'm running and have been running Skype with no problems as far as memory resources being hogged. I don't wanna discourage people from trying it who haven't. As long as set correctly and properly configured, it actually does wonders.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Borris de Norie" <blindcoolborris@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Doug Strobel - kb3ham" <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, May 15, 2006 6:40 PM
Subject: [bct] Re: Perhaps be warned. : Free calls to any phone within the
US and Canada with Skype
On 5/15/2006, 8:58:45 PM EST, Doug wrote:
Messageit w doesant work for me
There is a known issue with this, actually. If your IP address starts with a seven, for some reason it doesn't work. Let's see.. According to the message header, you're on Verizon, and your IP does indeed start with a seven. So, there ya go...
I don't like Skype anyway. It's a bloated resource hog and then some.
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