3 Matching Annotations
  1. Nov 2019
    1. the more files you have and the bigger your project, the more resources VS Code will start to consume. The Search Indexing and File Watcher scripts start eating up your memory. Moreover, to work on such a project, you will open each file in a new tab, leading to multiple VS Code instances running simultaneously, and eventually, your CPU usage will start to look like this

      VS Code consumes much more memory in comparison to Sublime while working on more significant projects

  2. Nov 2018