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I've been experiencing this issue for a while now. First, let me say this is not a hardware problem. I'm using a Surface Pro 3, i5, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD. Everytime I run Evernote, at first it runs pretty nice, with no lag. But after a little while, Evernote starts to increase the cpu usage and the performance sunks down. Just by browsing the notes list with the mouse, the cpu usage goes up to 30%. The simple task of opening a note takes at least 5 seconds, even more if the note is a big one with formatted text. The picture below shows what I'm saying. In this picture, I'm just moving the mouse cursor over the notes' list and Evernote cpu usage goes up to 30%! And it is slow as hell to browse the notes. Anyone experiencing the same issue? I have Evernote installed on my Work PC with Windows 7 and I don't have this issue. I already tried uninstalling with Revo Uninstaller and reinstalling and I tried renaming the database folder and sync all my notes again with no success. I'm deeply invested on Evernote, and this issue is tearing apart my productivity.
Not sure but suddenly evernote is using 25% of my CPU and it's not synchronizing or anything. I uninstalled it completely and reinstalled it and that didnt' do anything. I have windows 7 on a dell laptop that is about 5 months old. 8 gig ram, Lots of disk space. 64 bit OS. Not sure what's going on. with EN.
Hi, Since I have my new MacPro, Evernote seems to use a lot of unnecessary CPU, around 27% constantly when not using it...so my battery life is being shortened by 50% or so...you can understand that this is a big problem. Our whole office is using Evernote, but they don't experience the same. Went to the Apple Store and they said it was the software, I uninstalled and reinstalled - nothing helped. So can someone or Evernote help me with this issue - I need Evernote, but battery as well :-) Thanks in advance, Marko MacPro 15" Retina, Mid 2012 Processor 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7 Memory 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1024 MB Software OS X 10.8.2 (12C2034)