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  1. Step by step guide: https://stackoverflow.com/a/46913696/257470 (from second image). If this option is not available, then maybe you don't have Fall Creators update?
  2. OK, I think I can say that: THE PROBLEM IS SOLVED! (at least for now) It turned out that newest Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (year 2017) introduced some malware prevention software called "Control flow guard" (CFG) . Once it's turned off, Evernote gets fast again! Instruction to turn this off: https://www.tenforums.com/performance-maintenance/96792-fall-creators-update-poor-performance-lagginess-fix.html After computer reboot it should be much faster.
  3. I'm the author of this post and 2 days ago I wanted to write, that the problem had fixed, BUT it's good that I waited a bit. What I did, after writing this post, was: - try to download newest windows updates (there were none); - update antivirus (Avast), and there were a huge update waiting. After rebooting the computer, Evernote has speed up! BUT is lasted only for one day Although it seems to be better then originally, the problem is still there. Yesterday I even deleted a wrong note, because I had switch the selection and hit delete, but it applied to the old note, not th
  4. My issue is that for a week now my Evernote Windows Client is extremely slow. Each action hangs it for couple of seconds (2..10 sec). It seems to be correlated with installation of windows' "Fall Creators Update". Symptoms: - EN takes whole CPU (100% of one core, 25% of whole 4 core processor) after each action. - Actions that trigger the high cpu usage: clicking on note, filtering, changing reminder date, scrolling list of reminders, scrolling list of notebooks - Scrolling list of reminders without a change of selected note also triggers high usage. - Even moving a cursor o
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