I've used ReSharper for almost 10 years.and I've happily paid for Ultimate for the past several years. Now I'm giving up. I'm no longer willing to have VS crashes, debugger hangs, slow loading and the overall slowness. I've reported a few bugs, sent a few profiles, but the essential problem seems unsolvable.
I found two support pages, one updated yesterday, with JetBrains' responses:
They both miss the target by a mile. I'm not interested in how to turn off VS features. I want to know how to turn off ReSharper features!
I think R# made a design decision, when Roslyn arrived, to keep their approach that essentially duplicates Roslyn functionality. I disagreed with that decision then, and now I believe it was a fatal decision, at least for me. I hear of many other developers who have also decided to stop using ReSharper.
The only way I'd keep using ReSharper if I could turn off the huge memory usage. I'd use it for auto-complete, reformatting, some smaller stuff somewhat like CodeMaid. I suspect that's not possible because all of their functionality is based on their huge memory model.
So my question to the community is this: Has anyone succeeded in removing almost all of the ReSharper functionality and using it with only a lightweight feature set?