Are there any plans for Dropbox to split the app for the non-power user, or provide a features opt-out when installed? The latest Windows 10 version installed last week (114.4.42) DOUBLED the memory use at reboot and added a 3rd qtwebengineprocess. After a few hours, the memory use has only gone up until it's QUADRUPLE what the app needed before.
Not even including the QTWeb processes, Dropbox is using more memory than any other program on my computer, including Photoshop or a browser with a dozen tabs open.
The QTweb processes I have to kill manually; they give me no functionality for the memory they consume - the same amount of memory my virus protection uses, for comparison.
All for features that are useless for a single user independent contractor who just wants to back up portions of a hard drive, and every so often shares a folder with a family member.
I've been a user almost since Day 1. My needs haven't changed. The memory bloat and no way to strip out unneeded features is killing the app for me.