I tend to leave applications open, even when not using them, since it saves me needing to relaunch them. Currently I can't do that with Pixelmator Pro, since even when not doing any active processing, and in the background, it is on the list of high battery users.
Is there a reason why Pixelmator Pro may be a culprit for high battery impact, even when idle in the background?
I am using PixelMator Pro 2.0.8 on macOS 11.3, on a 2019 16" Intel based MacBook Pro.
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