I've had this intermittent problem for a while tough it seems to be happening a lot more for one particular user then for the rest.
So my problem is this. Sometimes, when I close SolidWorks, the program closes but the process remains active until I shut it down manually. What this causes is that the new session that gets opened won't do auto-saves because of the other session hanging. SolidWorks is a hefty program that takes a lot of ressources from a computer so what this also causes is that it'll ''overload'' our CPU and RAM as in that the process eats up ram and CPU until it gets shut down.
I was wondering if anyone ever had the problem and knew what caused it and/or how to fix it. I have a co-worker which has to manually close the process up to 5-6 times a day because it just doesn't shut it down. The process takes up sometimes up to 25% RAM and 20% CPU so it slows everything else down until you close it.
I've had this problem on 2013, 2014, and 2016 so far. Have ran them on Windows 7 and Windows 10 and get the problem on both also.