I've got a Windows 10 fully updated core i5-1135G7 @ 2.4 GHz with 16 GB of RAM. I had to re-install 1Password Windows application this week, and noted I am now on the 1Password for Windows 8.7.2 (80702002 Production Channel). Since the reinstall I see 1Password.exe spawning 5 processes and consistently taking over 30% of my CPU despite being idle and saying no updates are required. Only one process is consuming resources, and right now its got over 50 threads while the others are sub-20. This was not the case on the older version I had installed on this laptop before - not sure which one that was, but the interface was significantly different. I'm happy to provide more technical data, but I need this app to run lighter or at least be more transparent about why it needs so much processing time. Right now I'm launching it to get creds and then killing it (at the process level) to get my resources back. Not ideal.
1Password Version: 8.7.2
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Win10 Enterprise 10.0.19044
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