There is a remote possibility it could help. However, if the desktop app is using a lot of RAM and CPU, there could be underlying causes (such as symlinks, having too many files in your Dropbox folder, and so on) then the behavior could reoccur.
Hope this helps clarify matters!
I also need the 79.4.143 Dropbox version on my mac Catalina so at least I have maximum ~250mb consumtion rather than the newer version 94.4.384, and taking ~550mb ram... 😐
I can not install the older version, as when is installed it autoupdates to the latest.. (I have disabled beta builds from dropbox settings page)
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