I am using WindowBlinds 8.02 on Windows 8.1 Pro.
I just upgraded to the v32 (recent) release of Chrome. After upgrading, I noticed that Chrome has started to consume rather excessive amounts of RAM (the ever increasing RAM usage can be observed in the Task Manager, while the browser is relatively idle). In a matter of a few minutes, one of Chrome's processes would peak at ~3.3GB of RAM, at which point the browser would freeze, requiring me to terminate its processes.
Yet, when I disable WindowBlinds (i.e. switch to the default theme, while I usually use the Win8 theme), the problem is gone; Chrome RAM usage is back to normal and there are no freezes whatsoever.
As far as I'm aware, Chrome 32 introduces some UI-related changes; could there be some incompatibility?
Thanks for your time and work!
P.S. The issue described in this post is unrelated to the (still unaddressed) issue described here: https://forums.stardock.com/450020/page/1/#3433986