It happens only when I click the system tray icon, to let POP Peeper pop up. The window comes up then, and directly the loop begins.
So I sticked with my love-and-hate-relationship called XP!
Not many women will have the luck to be using this (but then, relatively, not many are an Oracle database programmer ).
I may have found a way to exacerbate the number of gdi objects -- by viewing messages in HTML. Do you view a lot of messages using HTML?
Also, I didn't mention this before, but when you see the first error message popup, make sure you check task manager and record the values before killing PP.
So you're the one!
... Not viewing everything in HTML, you said ? Maybe you can recommend some settings ?
... (the PC) just runs and runs, for months I don't turn it off ...
No temp cleaning, no registry messing (tried XXXXX , it #$%&* up an entire system ...
The only I have is a scheduled task (every night), to create a restore point ...
Besides , you will probably delete most of the junk before the HTML processing (I am also supposing you are using PP-Retrieval=Entire or Preview , and this is OK) .
-- start some tool to exit PP , and to exit Firefox (or do it manually before going to bed )
btw, set Fx-Tools>Options>Clear history when Fx closes>Settings>mark Cache ?and? Cookies.
... I've been thinking of uninstalling IE , ... the version is still six ...
wouldn't it be possible to use FF's engine for POP Peeper, instead of IE's?
Also because in FF it's possible to open a link in a new window ...
If I can do anything to assist a little, just mention it, please
By the way, wouldn't it be possible to use FF's engine for POP Peeper, instead of IE's?
Oh, and totally off topic: being able to change the icons (or the skin as a whole) would be a really great addition...! The icons got better along the way, but still...
-- give a three days trial for the solutions on my previous item #7 (you will find that you can read many of your msgs without HTML , and if needed , you just click in the Toolbar) .
-- even not cleaning your PC trash (as proposed in my previous item #8) , at least restart PP at the moment you "close everything with a permanent direct internet connection, before the end of the day..."
Would it be possible for you to check the GDI objects before going to sleep and then again just before you attempt to access PP? There's no reason that GDI objects should be increasing when PP is minimized, so that's suspicious.
Since you keep your computer on 24/7, when was the last time you rebooted Windows?
That's one of the things on the todo, albeit fairly low atm.
Hum , the recommendations on my previous item #7 point to use Rich-text (not Plain-text) which should permit you activate the links without HTML ... so your euros are guaranteed... you've got me: I'll try the new settings. Now I keep pushing the HTML button, for the plain text links don't work in mails from companies that pay for reading mail and clicking their links ...
Hum , the general lines for this were described on my previous item #8 :Just curious: could I automate this?
For if there's a command line option to neatly exit POP Peeper (instead of ending the process, the rough way), then I could put that in a script, together with starting the .exe again, and schedule it! We'd have a damn good workaround, then!!
Not right , I see these other points :There's only one good reason for turning the system off completely, right?
That's when one will not be home for a few days. Everything has to be unplugged from the electricity net, then. Otherwise, it's better leaving it on.
Hardware takes only low resources when not in use, and the monitor and sound system can be switched off
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