In this case, as your Dropbox account contains such a large amount of files, I'd suggest that you used our selective sync option (which lets you control which files and folders are being synced with your computer) to speed this process up @bookplay
Let me know how this goes!
Hello, I've tryed to un-sync some folders, but it still "Initializing".
The program increases until you use 3.5 GB of RAM and it crashes all time.
Thanks for the additional info @bookplay - most appreciated.
I've already reached out via email to the address you use for your forum's profile so we can have a more in-depth look into this with all of our tools avaialble.
Whenever you get the chance, please take a look at your email's inbox for my message and we'll take it from there.
Thanks again and until we speak again, have a great day!
I have excatly the same issue on a new Windows 10 computer. As we use it for business, we need a fix rapidly or it will be very problematic...
I could read on the forum that this problem is not new (already some cases reported in July)...
Wait rapidly for a fix...
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