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    Richard commented  · 

    We are now 3 years further.
    I'm glad to say that the Explorer part of this issue has been fixed now; it stays relatively 'calm' after a small file update. (It still frustates renaming of a file just after it has been created in a OneDrive folder.)
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    OneDrive itself, however still uses way to much CPU on file small updates. Adding 1 file of size zero to a OneDrive subfolder still causes 12 seconds of full CPU usage on one core of my quick Core-i7 processor. So my cooling van spins up after every file update. My laptop battery drains quickly.
    I now have ~ 30.0000 small files on that OneDrive and ~ 13.000 folder, with no more than 10 files per folder.
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    Solution:
    @OneDrive Developers: You can fix this with intelligent use of the FileSystemWatcher API of Windows. (System.IO.FileSystem.Watcher.dll). Please take a look at it. Thanks.

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