Windows 10: explorer. virtual memory increased every time i opened specific folder Solved

  1.    10 Aug 2017 #1

    explorer. virtual memory increased every time i opened specific folder

    hi.Each time i opened(refreshing) specific folder(others is not affected),memory and virtual(shared) memory of explorer.exe increased up to 200mb.(its not tumbnail view - checked)
    In time consumption of real memory became normal but virtual do not unload.
    reset the process helps but its not the solution
    like opened folder 10 times
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    win10x64 creators update
    sfc /scannow and health - okay
    memory test - okay
    rammap shows as private process
    process explorer after 20 times opened folder
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    minidump of the explorer.exe process!AsFOEWAW8wtLaoWkakKIllTVfOw
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  2.    10 Aug 2017 #2

    Found the solution.The problem turned out to be banal.The folder was optimise as video, change to the general files, stopped generating those memory leaks.Thanks Microsoft.This is a problem with thumbnails, from which year does it last?
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