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How to fix the high CPU and Disk usage in version 1703
Fix Windows 10 High CPU Usage after Windows 10 Creators Update
If you happen to get trapped in a poor and slow
performance computer with Windows 10 excessive CPU usage and want to decrease
RAM usage, below are top 6 Windows 10 high CPU usage fixes to help you free up
high RAM in Windows 10 Creators Update.
Superfetch service has been reported by many Windows 10
users as a likelihood causing of high disk performance or CPU usage issues after
Creators Update. Follow the instructions below to stop the Superfetch service.
Step 1. Click the Start button and then
type cmd.exe in the search box.
Step 2. Right-click Command Prompt and
choose Run as administrator.
Step 3. Click Yes to continue on the
prompt UAC window.
Step 4. Type the command net.exe stop superfetch and
then hit Enter. Wait for the system to stop
Superfetch service for you. You could see the results as below picture shows
once it is stopped successfully.
It is approved by many users that high memory usage on
Windows 10 can be relieved by the registry hack, below is how.
Step 1. Press Windows shortcut keys Win +
R and then type in “Regedit” and then hit Enter.
Step 2. Follow the path:
Step 3. Find “ClearPageFileAtShutDown” and set its
value to 1.
Step 4. Restart the computer to see whether the excessive
CPU usage lower down.
Too many fast startup applications can undoubtedly lead to
sluggish PC performance. Follow the tutorial guides to disable the fast startup.
Step 1. Go to Start -> Control
Panel -> Power options, and then select "Choose
what the power button does"
Step 2. Choose "Change settings that are currently
Step 3. Unmark the checkbox "Turn on fast startup"
and then click the Save changes button.
To vacate more available CPU space and speed up your
computer, you could also try the following tricks.
Step 1. Press Win + R
and then type in msconfig to open the Task Manager
Step 2. Click on the “Startup” tab and you will see a
list of programs that run at startup.
Step 3. Right click on the applications that needn’t to
be run at startup and select “Disable”.