I have Insync installed with 3 Google Drive accounts on my Windows 7 PC, and so far everything seems to be running smoothly–which is why I posted this as Everything Else rather than Windows Bugs & Issues.
Looking at my Task Manager, I noticed Insync has two entries:
The first makes sense, but does anyone know what the second one is for? On a fresh boot, the first one is using 53060 Kb RAM, while the second uses 27,168 Kb RAM. While that’s not a vast amount, I still like to keep an eye on unnecessary resource consumption.
Did a quick Google search, but most results don’t list what insync-cef.exe might actually do.