2020-7-16 · To determine the program or service that is using a lot of your CPU/RAM, follow these instructions: In Windows 7: Press Ctrl + Alt + Del and then select “ Start Task Manager “. Click on the Processes tab. Choose the svchost.exe process that is using too many resources on your computer. Right-click on it and choose “ Go to service(s) “.

2019-8-5 · In this example, it’s OneDrive — or rather, the OneDrive service — that’s the biggest current user of CPU: 26.4%. If this were a quad-core machine, I might suspect OneDrive was completely using a single CPU. Since this is a two-core machine, it’s just OneDrive doing its thing. Svchost can be special svchost process using 86% of CPU | Vista Forums 2007-2-3 Fix svchost.exe hogging 100% cpu svchost.exe hogging 100% cpu jest często powodowany przez niepoprawnie skonfigurowane ustawienia systemowe lub nieprawidłowe wpisy w rejestrze systemu Windows. Ten błąd można naprawić za pomocą specjalnego oprogramowania, które naprawia rejestr i dostosowuje ustawienia systemu w celu przywrócenia stabilności Service Host (svchost.exe) Using 99% CPU

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A while ago I figured out that automatic updates was the culprit behind svchost using 99% cpu, so I turned it off. Since then I have been going to Windows Updates to check for updates. It has worked well until today when this also resulted in svchost hogging 99% of the cpu again. !%#&^. and other very bad words. Reply Aug 02, 2018 · Run Task Manager on a client and sort the running processes by the memory or CPU usage in the Processes tab. You can see that the current process svchost.exe is using 11% CPU and 1.2 GB of memory. In fact, the svchost.exe is a container process, in which other programs and system service threads are running.

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Jun 27, 2011 · Starting since yesterday Svchost.exe goes to about 50% CPU usage and above, it's stopped today but I do not know if it will come back. Today iexplore.exe keeps playing music without a browser being on, it's slowing down my games also. Hello. There is a process on my laptop that is running called Svchost.exe and is taking up a lot of CPU on my laptop causing the fan to become loud, the laptop to become hot and also the laptop to become slower. Is there any way to stop the process causing high CPU usage without causing too many issues (if possible)?