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Skype using 100% CPU

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – jwele wrote:Might be in /tmp/.cache or something similar. try pacman -R skype then find / -name="cache" or find / -name="skype"delete all of them related to skypepacman -Sc && pacman -S skypeor at least that is what I would try.Thanks for your reply, I tried your suggestions. Unfortunately, it didn't help, I'm still stuck with a Skype using 100% CPU.In the meantime I had a look at the process table using htop and it seems that Skype is launching around 10 subprocesses of which one keeps running and goes crazy. mauritzius https://bbs.archlinux.org (HowTos)