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A related question: does DE duplicate existing pdf files, or merely display them in a new way? As for annotations, where are these kept -- if, for example, I want to share (or print) mine?
As far as I know PDFs are NOT copied. As for the annotations and other DE files, on Vista they are in the 'User'/Documents/My Digital Editions folder so I assume on all systems on OSs they will be somewhere similar
I checked mine and it is using 40,000 to 47,000k but when you open the adobe reader 8.0 and do the same test that number doubles.
last time I looked mine had just hit over 300,000K! this can't be right cant it?
has anyone else found this?
It really depends on the type of file and its contents. Also, the way DE uses memory is different than Reader. Also, note that TaskManager is not really a very accurate way of tracking memory as it tracks allocations but doesn't always track the freeing of memory correctly. Try the same tests with a more sophisticated tool like PerfMon. That said, we will look into this some more to ensure we are being efficient.