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Higher Than Normal CPU Svchost.exe BUT READ


Click the checkboxes to the left of each of the svchost.exe processes (or just those that you care about). From the Start Menu, type "Resource Monitor" and run it. More complex is that you'll sometimes see multiple SvcHost.exe's in your TaskManager. Scott Hanselman about blog speaking podcasts books browse by category or date Figuring out why my SVCHOST.EXE is at 100% CPU without complicated tools in Windows 7 March 14, his comment is here

Now, switch to the CPU tab: for a running Service for the Services tab, but when a service goes insane, good luck nailing it down. This inevitably leads you to questions like, "What Services are running inside what SvcHost.exe?" and "Which Service is using 100% CPU." There's lots of ways to figure this out, but first

Svchost.exe High Cpu Windows 7

Let me tell you now, Task Manager will not save you. There's many command line ways to figure this stuff out, like net start or sc query type= service or tasklist /svc But this post is about doing it the easy way It's literally "Service Host." You may have a dozen services or more running inside that process.