I have found that Listerday could be slowing down Build Times in Visual Studio 2017. I recently did a test where disabling Listery brought down build time from 3:45 to under three minutes.
I’m not familiar with the internals of Listery, but I suspect it would have to listen for file events on Indexed Disks/Folders.
Could it be that Listery is picking up on all the file changed events that occur during Compilation, especially in the Solutions “bin” and “obj” folders?
If that’s the case I was wondering if it’s possible to exclude those folders recursively, with a folder filter such as the following?