Process Piglet is a tool that lives down in your system tray and monitors the memory use of running processes. When it first sees a new application, it spends about 30 seconds observing it's average memory use. This establishes a baseline memory use pattern for the application. After that, Process Piglet will alert you if/when the application starts to consume large amounts of additional memory. Frequently such behavior indicates a problem with the application, such as a memory leak. When such an alert is shown you may ignore it -- you will be alerted later if memory usage continues to increase. Or you may ask Process Piglet to forcibly terminate and restart the application.