I've been using R# for ages now, and it seems that with each version it gets a little slower. Admittedly, the project I have been working on is largish- it has 11 assemblies and ~2600 classes. I am using VS 2008 and .net 3.5. My machine is a core i7 and is running on a SSD.
Since upgrading to 7.1, code analysis is so slow it seems that I spend my day waiting for the blue indicator in the right hand corner of the code editor to complete. When this occurs, navigation, either in the editor, accessing menus, mouse wheel scrolling, or going to another class, is choppy at best and sometimes it is impossible. At this point, it is disrupting my flow and I am seriously considering abandoning R#.
I’ve excluded some large classes from code analysis, but this has not really helped. Exiting periodically will help temporarily and slightly. Clearing caches has no noticeable effect. Are there any other options for improving performance?