One note using the most resources, even when closed?

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  1. thefollans

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    Any idea why One Note would use the most system resources even when closed and nothing is updating?

    It's not using a lot but it's still the most in the activity monitor.
     
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    Just a wag but are you syncing with OneDrive?
     
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    I think that this is what's happening.
     
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    Or it might be failing to sync with OneDrive. Is it still happening or has it subsided?
     
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    That could have been it but I had not made any changes to any One Note pages (hardly use it), so not sure?But it seems to have stopped after a reboot?
     
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    I have a customer having issues with following the logic of syncing with her mail. She sends one message and thinks that's the end of it. But the mail has to check all the messages to see if they need to be synced.

    But reboots are good.
     

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