Hi There, I've recently purchased a new Surface Pro 4 and for some reason, not too sure when it started happening as I've only had the SP4 for about 2 days, when I run Outlook (2013 or 2016) my CPU utilization spikes up and the fan kicks in. I've tried to run Outlook in safe mode (outlook.exe /safe) but this does not seem to help the issue. Within a few minutes of launching outlook, the CPU starts to climb to about 65 - 85%. Outlook is using roughly 38 - 54% of the CPU.
Checking the task manager shows that the OneNote CPU usage spiking to ~50% to 60% (although, the CPU usage drops if I don't interact with OneNote for several seconds). I can also see in Open Hardware Monitor that my CPU cores increasing to their boost speeds.
Corel painter essentials 5 serial number. CPU: i5-6300U 2.4GHz OS: Windows 10 (fully updated as of ) Outlook Version: 16.0.6001.103 Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Bavo. Hi, Please check if Outlook is still downloading items, this may take some CPU usage.
Once the downloading is finished, check if the CPU usage is still high. What type of account do you use in Outlook? If you have an Exchange Account, please check if it's working in Online Mode: File -> Info -> Account Settings -> Account Settings -> Double click on the account name -> If 'Use Cached Exchange Mode' is not ticked, Outlook is working in Online Mode.
You can switch to Cached Mode to check if the problem persists. You can also try disabling the troubleshooting logging: File -> Options -> Advanced -> Untick 'Enable troubleshooting logging (requires restarting Outlook)' -> OK. Regards, Melon Chen TechNet Community Support Please mark the reply as an answer if you find it is helpful. If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact.
I recently switched to a mac with a retina display from a windows laptop. The mac app store onenote app unfortunately uses the battery at an insane rate. Monitoring the processor use of the application, it it almost continuously above 90%. I have to assume this is some kind of an error in either my settings or the program.
Has anyone else experienced this problem or (hopefully) found a solution for it? I'm going to be switching to the inferior evernote otherwise, as I can't accept my battery life being more than halved just to be able to use OneNote. Monitoring the use in activity monitor and For what it's worth - that spike in the energy use plot is when I opened OneNote • • • • •. I did the fix recommended by the microsoft tech and it's much better but still pretty high relative battery use. I converted all my semester notes to evernote already so it's unlikely I'm going to be willing to make the switch back even if they do fix everything entirely. Sad, but I have pretty limited patience for switching ecosystems and I can't wait in the meantime.
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Now if only evernote would get on microsoft's level with tabbed bullets, spacing and inserting clippings into the active note I'd be a happy camper. The supposed fix didn't work for me either. 100% cpu usage, 100 points of battery drain.
I find Evernote unusable due to lack of zoom. Besides that, the interface is terrible IMO. Before you switch to Evernote, maybe you should try Outline 3.0 ('best companion to Onenote'). You can download a trial version and read about it here: Personally I hadn't tried it yet, but the interface seems really well designed. I'm trying several note apps for Mac and almost all of them are ugly, cluttered and outdated. If you have the time, I'd like to know your opinion on this app.