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trainerdave

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  1. Next, they'll insert ads for non-premium users. . . we know how this goes . . . ads based on note contents. . .
  2. 3 minutes into v10 and I knew it would be a clunker. I'd rather power through "not responding" hangs than watch spinning sync wheels delay every click and keystroke on v10!
  3. Yes, this is high on my growing list of sad surprises in this clunky new update. Each scan builds a new useless notebook, and each note has the redundant folder location. Fix and notify this premium user before he bails!
  4. RE "I"m thinking I'll do a fresh install of Windows and then get my programs (including EN, to stay on topic) on there while everything else stays on the conventional hard drive. That seems to be the optimal way to go." I'd encourage all to try the Oct 26, 2014 solution, which worked for me after a couple years' frustration with "not responding." FWIW a few months later I got SSD and notice EN searches go LIGHTNING fast! I value EN's search abilities as it's top feature, so this is a big plus.
  5. Watching this closely . . my EN woes started kinda, sorta, about the time I plunged into Chrome use.
  6. verbatim dittos from me. Thanks for the hot tip. Time for me to rev up one note on my PC and sync all with my android and iPad. The "not responding" still locks things up for 30 seconds to two minutes with every use, multiple times over every 15-minute session. Not to mention the thrice-weekly program crash. Sorta takes all the fun out of the $49 per year expenditure.
  7. Same story here. QUESTION: Has anybody come across a speedy, sensible way to track down possible offending "corrupt" notes and purge them? I may have *six* such notes on WinPC. (online, Android and iPad all have 8170 notes but on Windows version I have 8176 including six bad guys. ) uninstalling / purging / regEtit / yadayada bring no joy.
  8. I reverted back, as well. Seemed to be better for a little while and then the same old problems arose. Really frustrating. Me three! I have a low threshold for "not responding" so I have reverted to v4.6xxxxx (couldn't find 4.7 anywhere in a pinch) and things are speeding along like WinXP. functional if not fancy.
  9. I certainly fit into this category and about to move into the post-tipping-point category. I'm a drive-by geek and Premium Subscriber who suspects the "not responding" on Win7 comes from indexing and using the web version, android and ipad. Since one of EN's marketing pillars is cross-platform congruence, they'd be wise to fix this and preserve their $49 subscriptions. there will be ship juimpers.
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