Evernote has brought me so much disappointments that I wanted to ditch it as my primary note-taking app in favor of Notion.
Recently, I got a new computer (an i7 Intel NUC 11), and I opted to have 32GB of RAM installed. Now, coming from an 8GB-RAM laptop, I didn’t expect this new Windows machine to hit its memory limit anytime soon with my normal usage. Until I installed the Notion desktop app.
A quick check of my Task Manager reveals Notion app eating up almost 17.5GB of Memory.
Have you encountered installing Microsoft Outlook in your fresh Windows 10 install, only to find it too resource hog for your use case, and thus installing Thunderbird, Mailbird, or any other email client that’s a lot less load to your computer’s meager resources?
Of course, you changed your system settings so that the default email app will be your new email client, just as below: