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  1. Hello, I'm using Affinity Photo on Windows 10 Pro (64 bit) with Visual Desktops build in in Windows 10. This means, I have Affinity Photo on my 2nd Visual Desktop in Windows 10! (See screen shot) I wondered, why the processor usage of the "invisible and unused" Affinity Photo instance was sometimes very high... and sometimes not. I than found out, that the problem was a "selection" I've made on an opened image in Affinity Photo. (with the selection tool!) If I remove the selection (Ctrl-D), the processor usage is nearly 0 - With selection, the CPU usage is around 8% on a Surface Pro 4 / i5 / 4GB. Somebody else made the same experience?
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