I’ve experimented with turning enable visualizer on and off and found the opposite of what’s been stated here. When it’s off, memory utilization goes up, not down. When off, memory utilization runs up to over 200mb and about 80mb when it’s on. Whatever this memory utilization issue is, it’s the only task on my system which exhibits that behaviour. I have 62 background processes and 25 windows processes running and not one of them has memory fluctuation of any kind.
None of this may matter, but I find it very strange. There has to be an explanation for DPS acting this way other than claiming it’s got something to do with Net framework. Lots of apps use it and only DPS is behaving this way.