Not sure what's going on here, and it's bad enough to have me schedule some down time to rebuild my MacBook Pro (2017) completely. I don't know if this is a result off the 10.13.6 or maybe even the 10.13.5 update to the MacOS, but it seems there is very few activities I can undertake with data, even just a couple of thousand records, that doesn't require minutes to complete while the OS reports that FileMaker 17 is not responding. If I leave it alone, it eventually comes back, but again, I've had meals that didn't last this long. There isn't much difference if the file is local or hosted. I did notice an unrequested download in my folder a while back for a bogus Acrobat installer. Not sure where that came from, but the same is true of Facebook cookies on my browser, and I don't use facebook, so I'm not sure how that is getting there either. Looking at the Activity Monitor, the CPU will occasionally get close to 100%, but it usually doesn't. Memory, Energy, Disk, and the Network tabs show almost no activity at all during these "hangs." I usually have Mail and Safari running as well, but that's usually it. Occasionally, I run iTunes or Pandora for streaming music. These aren't affected at all during the spinning beach ball, but I frequently keep them off any more because this is becoming such a problem.
Is anyone else experiencing this issue? Is there some bug, or do I just go forward with a rebuild?