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How much real memory should I expect to see Safari using in the Activity Monitor? I am running 10.6.7 and Safari 5.0.5.

I am not running any extensions, and it appears to be using 320mb of real memory. Is that normal?

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***Edit - I just deleted all of the temp files using the Java Preferences Utility and now my real memory for Safari is at 95mb. The only window I had opened in each case is this forum.
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Yes that's normal.
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