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So I noticed today that Googletalkplugin has created a TON of processes.

212 to be exact.

What in the world is happening and how do I solve this?

I am using Windows 7 with Chrome 15.

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So far, there is no solution from Google. The best we can do is a taskkill, which in my case, produced three pages of output.

You can use taskkill /f /IM "googletalkplugin.exe"

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