Occasionally - even with abundant care - my 16GB MBPro runs out of application memory and the dreaded "No more application memory available" dialog appears.
Fortunately we are still able to access
Activity Monitor: and the first thing I do is kill the web browsers that tend to accumulate large amounts of memory over time.
Less fortunate is that - even after verifying that the
Memory Used +
Swap Memory are less than 10GB combined, it is still not possible to resurrect the Paused applications.
If it were not possible to resuscitate the paused apps - then what good is this notification? Are we compelled to simply kill the apps ourselves? Given there is now sufficient memory for any of the remaining open apps to continue then why are they still unable to do so?