Windows 10 High CPU Issues Addressed (1 of 4)

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            As of the writing of this Knowledge Base article, there are 100's of online articles dealing with Windows 10 running with inordinately high CPU.  We suggest the following modifications to your image to improve performance.  You will need to check out the Gold Image and login to the image with Administrator rights.

            Tame the visual effects

            Windows 10 is quite a pretty operating system, with various animations used throughout. While these visual effects afford a sense of style they can also be a source of ponderance on machines that are a little older. Thankfully they are easy to turn off.  Open the Windows Start Menu and type Advanced system settings and select the top result. In the window that appears there is a section marked Performance, with a button for Settings. Click this and a list of the various visual effects will appear. You can either untick the ones you think might be problematic, or simply select the Adjust for best performance option at the top. Remember to click OK to save the changes.

             

            Switch to the Advanced tab. Under Adjust for best performance of select Programs. After that, click Change… under Virtual memory. In the Virtual Memory window, uncheck Automatically manage paging file size for all drivers. Select Custom size and enter the Recommended number in the Initial and Maximum size entries.


            Windows Modules Installer Worker(TiWorker.exe), a Windows Update Service, looks for new updates and installs it to your computer. But sometimes it can cause high CPU load and make your PC run slowly. If you have such problem, no worry! Just go with this post, you would know how to fix high CPU caused by Windows Modules Installer Worker(TiWorker.exe).

            The easy way to fix it is to set Windows update into manual mode.
            Go with the steps below.

            1) Open Windows Service Setting.
            How to: a) Open Run box by pressing Win + R ( Windows logo key + R key) together.
                           b) Type services.msc in the box.



            2) Scroll down on services setting page.
            Find and double-click on Windows Modules Installer.


            3) Set its startup type to be Manual.
            Then click OK.



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            Updated: 16 Feb 2018 10:26 AM
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