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  • Thu, Apr 21 2016 5:29 PM

    The Application Manager is eating away the battery

    Why does the Application Manager run off the discrete and not the integrated graphics card? There is absolutely no reason for it to do that and in doing so, the battery on the MacBook Pro gets emptied at a faster rate.

  • Thu, Apr 21 2016 11:22 PM In reply to

    • TCurren
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    Re: The Application Manager is eating away the battery

    Quit the Application Manager as soon as you start your computer. go into activity manager and kill the process.

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  • Fri, Apr 22 2016 8:24 AM In reply to

    Re: The Application Manager is eating away the battery

    Thanks but I know this. The question was intended to be transferred to the developers really.

  • Wed, Dec 16 2020 7:58 PM In reply to

    Re: The Application Manager is eating away the battery

    Dear Avid community, I seem unable to comprehend Any reason why such behavior from the AvidLink Manager application should be acceptable by any user. I am reading this is a long overdue issue that many users of Sibelius are trying to deal with. It still remains unresolved. I find this to be a reason good enough to switch to another notation software. Not  because this is something I would want to do, but because the team behind other companies actually seem to listen to their customers with at least some care about their experiences. Especially when it concerns such a basic yet incredibly serious issue - or shouldn't we rather call it, malfunction. Thanks for your time reading this, I would be very interested to know your thoughts  on the subject. G.E.L.

  • Fri, Dec 18 2020 3:41 PM In reply to

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    Re: The Application Manager is eating away the battery

    George

    Are you on the laest Link version?  In the last 2 versions there ahve been improvements to how the application handles RAM and CPU ussge.

    Please advise the version you are on of Link and MC before I send this along.

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  • Sat, Dec 19 2020 12:26 AM In reply to

    • TVJohn
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    Re: The Application Manager is eating away the battery

    It probably would be appreciated if there was a simple activate / deactivate version.

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