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  1. I am currently on Evernote 10.19.2-win-ddl-public (2852) Editor: v129.0.16448 Service: v1.38.1 with only about 7 notes that I use regularly, but they are fairly large, and the latest few updates to Evernote have made the Windows desktop client version of Evernote completely unusable. After opening the app, and clicking on any of the notes that I regularly use, it takes anywhere from 14 sec to 47 sec just to open the note (used to be instantaneous), and I usually get the pop-up window while I am waiting: ___________ Evernote ⚠️Window is not responding The window is not responding. Would you like to relaunch the app or just keep waiting? --> Relaunch --> Keep waiting ___________ At this point, Evernote is using 24.1% CPU, 762.9 MB (on an Intel Core i7-8665U CPU @ 1.90GHz 2.11 GHz, 16GB RAM, on Win 10 64-bit, ver 20H2 OS build 19042, 1052). And if I then try doing a search via CTRL+F to find anything in the note, then forget it. I get the Find in note pop-up search field, but when I type anything and hit enter, I see nothing displayed in the blank, and then the system freezes up. I get the same ⚠️Window is not responding pop-up message above about every 30 sec, and I click through --> Keep waiting multiple times. After about 2 min and 40 sec have elapsed, I get a search result, and the search term I typed finally appears in the blank, after the fact. Effectively, the latest 10.x.x updates to the Windows client have rendered Evernote unusable on my system. There were many maintenance updates in rapid succession recently, which gave me hope that this issue had been identified and addressed, but it must still be going on. Any advice or information on when this may likely get fixed would be greatly appreciated. I have appreciated Evernote's cross-platform ease of use, but if this issue is not fixed, that's an unfortunate deal breaker for me. I would love to keep using it. Any help would be appreciated.
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