Firstly, keep up the great work on what is a fantastic product! Something of a modern day Windows PowerToy :-)
I'm frequently seeing high CPU usage in the explorer.exe process, which seems to get worse overtime until I reboot. When I say "high", it's not a large number, so much as a constant underlying activity. The system I'm on is a 6C/12T Xeon and after a few days uptime a single thread in the explorer.exe process uses a constant ~0.3% to ~1.0%. It's not substantial, but it's very noticeable when the system is otherwise idle, and I suspect it's also introducing some lag across the Windows UI, possibly due to certain types of GDI calls which use critical sections.
Taking a look at the thread it seems to be attributable to 7+ TT. I've captured a sample stack trace via Process Explorer and also recorded a more detailed trace via Windows Performance Recorder if that were at all useful. Would you be able to provide any thoughts or advice on how to best troubleshoot this and isolate the underlying cause?
System is Windows 10 v1903 x64 w/ 7+ TT 5.8.
Sample stack trace:
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