Hi-- I do a lot of work photographing books/texts, processing the images into black/white "photocopy-like" documents in Aperture, and then using OCR software to make the documents searchable PDFs for my own academic use. I've been experimenting lately with trials of ABBYY Finereader and the new Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 15. I notice that Acrobat makes use of the dGPU in my 15" rMBP 2014 (quad core, 2.5 Ghz, 16GB RAM) while Finereader doesn't seem to--although I notice that Finereader REALLY activates the fans and creates 3 processes using 99% of the CPU, while Acrobat seems to not cause that much heat-stress and only creates one process using 100-108% of the CPU, according to Activity Monitor, and makes use of the "High Perf GPU". I'm not the most technically gifted on these forums and would like to know if one or the other is making more efficient use of my system's resources. Might anyone know if one is coded better than the other? If one has better performance in OCR? (They both seem to take a long time to scan the book-length documents I work with, and I haven't bothered using a stopwatch). Because I do high volume (300+ pg scans) pretty frequently/regularly, it is important to me to know that I'm stressing my machine in the most efficient/smart way possible and doing this the best way! What is the best-coded, most efficient and effective OCR software for a mac like mine?