In Debian Jessie 64-bit with Gnome 3.14.1, System Monitor shows
evolution-calendar-factory process is using 1.1 GiB, and
evolution-alarm-notify is using 826.6 MiB of virtual memory. I don't use no calendar or alarm, so isn't this somewhat out of purpose? Almost 2 GiB of memory (even virtual) for what, exactly? How can I lower this to be proportional to usage (i.e. almost nothing). Actually my only "calendar use" is that small calendar that pops up when I click on the date in the top bar, and need to browse a few months to see which day of the week some nearby date was/will be. Considering I cannot even browse full years there (only month by month), it seems the biggest waste of memory I've ever seen.
When I click on the date in the top bar, and then choose "Open Calendar", I get a Welcome screen, where I read: "Welcome to Evolution. The next few screens will allow Evolution to connect to your email accounts, and to import files from other applications." That means Evolution isn't connected to anything yet, so what are those 2 GiB of memory for?
Another, related question: where is all this virtual memory located (
firefox-esr are using another 3.2 GiB), since I have 0 (zero) byes of Swap usage?