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In rare occasions you may encounter database/sync errors with Evernote. I aim to preserve the system partition (C: ) as clean as possible and for that reason I install application to a separate DATA partition, to take matters further I also change the settings folders of those application to be inside of the installed folder.
I also did the same procedure with Evernote and changed the default database location from %USER/APPDATA% folder to installation directory. One downside of this, is that because the folder permissions with %APPDATA/LOCAL% and the folders in data partition can be different.
In my case appdata folders were a little bit more permissive than data partition folders. I first uninstalled Evernote without deleting the database and then re installed it but before logging in I changed the database location again to my install directory with old files intact there.
I also gave my user account permission to fully control the folder. Now Evernote synchronizes without any problem.
When checking file/folder permissions you may encounter some strange account names with question marks.
While they are mostly harmless you may want to remove them to prevent annoyances.
After that you can remove the account name.
Mbps according to FCC ) Internet to not care about automatic downloads of huge amounts of data in the background.
So most people try to limit their unnecessary usage as much as possible.