And if for any reason you're hesitant, it really isn't a long process.  I just did it, and it cost me two minutes of my day.  I have a relatively small workspace and it only took 35 seconds to do the restart with -clean.  It's taking me longer to type this than it took to change the launch icon, restart RDi, and restore the launch icon.


On 5/23/2018 7:30 AM, Steve Ferrell wrote:
Hi Josée,

If you've installed RDi 9.6.0.3, the un-install and reinstall should not be necessary. Please try a -clean first.

Go to your launch icon, right-click and select Properties. Then at the end of the Target section, go to the end and add a space and a -clean then press Apply, and OK. Then restart RDi. The process will take a few minutes longer on startup, but it should take care of any lingering memory issues from 9.6.0.2.

After the -clean, you can do the same process and remove the -clean option.

HTH
Steve Ferrell


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