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  1. I've used Evernote for Windows for so long without thinking or paying attention, so now that I've installed the 'legacy' version it feels wrong, too. There are things I think I used to do that don't do what I thought they did now. 😬 I'm almost sure it's my imagination...
  2. It's not really about layout, but about easily reusing the data that you put into EN. I originally joined because an ad or promo showed someone writing a draft of a blog post, then pasting it in to the blog post editor (wordpress, probably). You can do that, but if you write the draft in EN you probably have a blank line between each paragraph, just so you can see different paragraphs in EN. After pasting you have to manually remove all those blank lines. Also, the data pasted in doesn't have a paragraph break, but a line break, so you have either paste in as text only and lose
  3. I have the latest version of EN, and whenever I open or even just select certain notes that have been created by the Chrome clipper, the CPU, Memory, and Power Usage immediately jumps. It never comes back down until I click into another note and close that note. Either one will leave it running down my battery and slowing down my computer with the uber-high cpu usage. I've copied the content of the note to a fresh note, and that note also exhibits the behavior. It doesn't happen with ALL clipped notes, but with most of them. I've attached the portion of the log that shows the er
  4. I guess I'll have to figure out the official support and submit the issues. My laptop just went 'red hot' because I failed to click into a text only note. It's not EVERY clipped page, but lots of them do it, and it's almost instantaneous. The task manager power use goes from low to very high over about 15 seconds!
  5. Thanks for trying it. I'll keep track and see if I see a pattern that can be replicated. I'm on the same build as you, btw.
  6. I'm not sure what changed, when. The problem came back at least a week or two ago, but I couldn't figure out what the pattern was, and I didn't have time to look into it until yesterday. It's possible (seeing the pattern that's causing it for me) that my issue never truly went away, but that the notes I was selecting weren't ones to cause the issue.
  7. It's back. Every few days I find my fan running full blast. I check Task Manager and find Evernote Subprocess taking up 19-29% of my cpu. This morning I found that when I changed from my last selected note (created using Clip to Evernote) to a text only note I'd manually created that the CPU immediately drops, although 'power usage' remains high to very high for a little while. I've tested this with a variety of notes, both text only and Clip. Not all Clip notes do this, but several of them do. It doesn't matter if they are open in a separate window or just clicked on in the sid
  8. Mine just did it with the only note open being text only. There was some bold, but otherwise plain text pasted in from a plain text document. I ended up having to kill the process that was eating up ~30% cpu using Task Manager before the fan would slow.
  9. Great. I wanted to be sure I hadn't installed the wrong version somehow.
  10. BTW, just clicking the X to quit doesn't kill the subprocess. You have to File>Exit. Even then, the fan doesn't seem to return to normal until you launch EN again. ...unless that's just a coincidence, but I waited 5 minutes for the fan to stop after closing EN and force ending the process via task manager. The fan kept roaring, but as soon as I launched EN again, it immediately slowed, then stopped. The EN Subprocess (32 bit) is nowhere to be seen yet since the relaunch.
  11. Same! Same laptop even. I keep having to kill the EN subprocess to make it stop. Strangely, it says (32 bit) when this is a 64 bit system. If I kill the process and relaunch, it's fine for a while, but eventually, my laptop gets hot and the fan goes non-stop and full blast.
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