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10.4: Quickly free memory used by Dashboard widgets
Authored by: digitalcowboy on Mar 09, '07 02:01:59PM
I use MultiDash to do the same thing.

I'm out of control with widgets because there are so many that I find useful. I use MultiDash to switch between a handful of pre-sorted sets. I have a little over a dozen in my Development set for work, for instance (UNIX timestamp converter, MD5 hash engine and lookup, byte calculator, Regex toolbox, binary/hex/dec conversion etc.).

MultiDash switches between sets, in part, by killing the Dock. So I've just gotten in the habit of "switching" to the current set when I'm done for the moment so that none of them are ever running until I need them.


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