BlueStacks memory allocation

Unfortunately, BlueStacks tends to use a lot of memory and then forgets to cover its tracks resulting in memory bloat and starvation of other tasks. To free up memory, after closing BlueStacks, go into Windows Task Manager and on the Services tab, shut down the following:


Then, on the Processes tab, right-click on the entry HD-Agent.exe and select "End Process".

On my system, this frees up 1.8GB of memory.

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