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Eclipse Java Development User Guide
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Removing memory monitors from the Memory view

To remove a memory monitor from the Memory view:

  1. Select the memory monitor that you want to remove (by selecting it in the list in the Monitors pane).
  2. Click the Remove Memory Monitor push button (Remove Memory Monitor button).

To remove multiple memory monitors, select them using the keyboard Ctrl or Shift keys, and then click Remove Memory Monitor. To remove all memory monitors, click Remove All.

Note: If you have added multiple renderings for a memory monitor, all renderings will be removed when you choose to remove the monitor.

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