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replied the topic Memory @ line 1 in WIN10 created by aj

I've no direct answer: you might find something that'll work by googling.
In the meantime, why not use another browser: one that is compact and much less resource-intensive, eg QtWeb (www.qtweb.net).

68 days ago
replied the topic Screen shot on laptop.... created by rehan05

I use Firefox and it looks like the latest version (56.0) now comes with a screencapture feature built in.

73 days ago
replied the topic Screen shot on laptop.... created by rehan05

I rather like:
* PicPick (http://ngwin.com/picpick), which IS free for personal use.
* Cloudshot (http://www.cloudshot.com/), which is free too.

The very simple free screen-capture tool at www.subisoft.net/products.aspx might do for you.

(To help a couple of people at the TPFC forums, I created a couple of naive near-identical programs with AutoIt.
Amongst other things, they take screenshots and windowshots according to user-specified hotkeys and save to
a user-specified directory.
See:
https://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=23484&p=87428&hilit=brightvolhks#p87428
https://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=23470&p=87573&hilit=datewritehks#p87573)

74 days ago
replied the topic Screen shot on laptop.... created by rehan05

Well, on my laptop, Fn + PRTSC takes a screenshot that can be pasted from the clipboard into MSPaint, WordPad, etc.
(On my laptop, the "PRTSC" key is the "END" key of the numpad, which is just above the "8" key.)

77 days ago
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