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  1. I had a similar issue where Evernote ended up using majority of the memory, and Mac paused most of the open programs due to lack of memory. Everytime I forced quit and restarted Evernote, it will start eating up memory with v high CPU and go into "Not Responding" mode. After following this thread and a couple of other threads, I decided to upgrade Evernote first and then try the SMC PRAM reset. I was not able to view the last version of Evernote I had, but I am pretty sure it was 6.0.5 or 6.0.6. I first upgraded without uninstalling evernote. Upgrade version which can be downloaded is 6.0.11 from Evernote website. This did not help at all, and evernote showed all the same issues as before. I then uninstalled Evernote (using AppCleaner app), re-downloaded 6.0.11 and installed it again. This time as soon as I opened Evernote it asked me to update to latest version ( 6.0.12 (451637 Direct)). I updated to this version, signed in again. It took a few minutes to sync all my notes, but there is no more memory or CPU high usage. I did turn off the Context feature when it was doing the first sync. I have turned it back again, and everything still looks good. Hope this is useful to other who might have the same issues. System: OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 Macbook Pro Retina 15-inch Mid 2014 16 GB Ram. Intel Core i7 2.8 Ghz NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2048 MB
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