Yup…. Ditched it. Tried very hard to like it, but I just couldn’t keep it. Good thing you can find cheap keys, because it’s not worth it.
Here's the answer from G Data support; Dear G DATA customer
You can also try these settings Q&A - G-Data is using a load of RAM.Here's the answer from G Data support; Dear G DATA customer
This is absolutely normal on systems with lots of RAM installed.
I have 16GB of RAM, so apparently this is normal, @Faybert who was years ago an expert in testing with GDATA always said that RAM memory is to be used, all right then... Thank you for everyone's attention and to you @Faybert and @struppigel
With 16 GB of RAM you have nothing to fret about. Those that have more RAM, like 32 GB, getting rid of any program because it uses 1 GB of RAM is utter nonsense. Might was well get rid of your browser because it routinely "consumes" more than 1 GB RAM all the time. Unless there is a problem, such as a memory leak, then "consuming" RAM is not a problem because that is the whole purpose of RAM - to be used.