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  1. I bought Toast 10 Titanium in 2011 to burn music CDs on my Mac mini running OS 10.6 wih 2.26 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor. I upgraded the mac mini to OS 10.8 this summer. Now when I burn 2 or 3 music CDs of .aif files the Mac utility, "Activity Monitor" shows a vast increase in Inactive System Memory filling up more than half of the 8 GB RAM installed in the machine. I am thinking of upgrading to Toast 11. However I notice that in System Requirements, <http://www.roxio.com...uirements.html>, it says, Minimum System Requirements: Mac® computer with an Intel® processor 1 GB RAM (2 GB RAM recommended for Pro) Mac OS® X 10.5, 10.6 or 10.7* Since this since release of Toast 11 1.) does not list 10.8 in requirements and, 2.) is still supposed to work all the way back on 10.5, I assume the lack of RAM optimization I am seeing with Toast 10 on OS 10.8 will still be an issue with Toast 11. Question: Has anyone who runs Toast 11 on Mac OS 10.8 seen the same poor RAM allocation I am seeing with Toast 10? Thank you, Dave
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