Fiddler is purely managed code, so it doesn't "leak" memory in any traditional sense. Using Task Manager is a poor mechanism for determining an application's memory consumption.
You can force a manual garbage collection by opening Fiddler's Help > About screen.
You can entice the .NET Framework to release idle memory to the system by explicitly minimizing the Fiddler window.
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