this post below describes my problem.
I run procmon.exe to see what is taking up a larger than normal portion of cpu activity.
MindManager.exe is looking for shcore.dll and not finding it.
I am running Win7 64bit. MindManager 17.2.208
Anyone else having this issue?
I created a dummy file c:\program files\mindjet\mindmanager 17\shcore.dll
It is a text file with nothing in it except a note to myself stating that I created it on this date. I ran procmon.exe again and at least mindmanager.exe is not searching all over my hard drive trying to find the file. Once found mindmanager.exe does its create file / close file digital gymnastics which appears to reduce the number of cpu cycles it chews up. I'll report back if what I did improves or degrades performance.
BTW I did the sfc thing as suggested in the ms TechNet thingy in my previous post. The log file did not mention shcore.dll so I guess that was a non-factor in trying to understand this problem.
I think this is more related to Windows than to MindManager, normally MindManager is not looking for specific files for these type of functions but just calls high levels functions so Windows can figure out which libraries to load.