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Justin Rogers one of our developers, just posted an article on MSDN where he discusses memory leaks with Internet Explorer. This article helps developers by explaining the issues and some best practices to fix web pages that leak memory. This includes such different types of memory leaks including circular references, closures, cross-page leaks and pseudo-leaks. The issue of memory leaks in IE has been the topic of recent discussion elsewhere and while we hope to improve in this area in future versions, this article should help developers today.