For more information, see this Meta Stack Exchange post. –bwDraco Sep 30 '15 at 1:59 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Try to turn off your service for : It uses more than 700Mb in my poor 1 Gb RAM PC. Info: Win7 fresh install in a VM. Right-click on the high usage svchost.exe process and select Go to Service(s). 4. navigate here
if u don't already work for Microsoft please put in an application.. Reply Bola Fahmi Oct 31, 2016 @ 22:24:51 Thanks a lot for this guide.. The RAM it uses for file cacheing (It's not just applications) is on the standby page list, where it's part of "Available" memory. oops :p All windows updates completed and no CPU being used up by svchost.exe anymore! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/762-63-svchost-sucking-memory
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Any solution? –Sam Hasler Sep 18 '14 at 10:38 1 Brilliant, thanks very much! Working…. Thank you.
Did the trick. Reply engineerguy Aug 11, 2016 @ 00:24:38 Great guide! In the rest of the cases, the Svchost.exe (netsvcs) high CPU or Memory leak problems, can be caused by a Windows Update, or by a full Event log file or by Svchost.exe (netsvcs) High Cpu Reply Alireza Jan 04, 2016 @ 22:17:55 Thank you for info.
Navigate to Windows Update Agent download site and download the appropriate package for your Windows edition and version. 2. Svchost.exe High Cpu Usage Windows 7 Thnks for your help! Find and Disable the service that cause the "svchost" high usage problem.
I was investigating this issue for a week and was wondering if I am making an even bigger problem of it.
It was windows update that caused my computer's memory full. Svchost High Cpu Windows Update Reply Akshay Apr 18, 2016 @ 07:47:30 Worked for me.. WISH YOU TO CONTINUE THE SERVICE!!! Thks Reply Abazek Nov 21, 2015 @ 21:50:52 Fixed this problem on my Win7 computer by going into "Computer Management" then disabling all the Tasks Scheduler Tasks under Microsoft->Windows->Application Experience and
of all be sure that; your pc's time - time zone & regional settings are correct. http://fmcproducts.net/high-cpu/svchost-excess-cpu-usage.php Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? If this article was useful for you, please consider supporting us by making a donation. Reply cvhManchester Jul 20, 2016 @ 14:46:19 Thank you for a thorough analysis and logical steps. Wuauserv High Memory
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It was Windows Update.
Just open an elevated command prompt and type: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth (Detailed instructions on how you can run DISM in Windows 8/8.1 can be found here) 2.
HELP! (I run win 7 SP1 on a Dell Inspiron).
Now in the Run input, type services.mscThis will list all of your services.
Sign Up All Content All Content Advanced Search Browse Forums Guidelines Staff Online Users Members More Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search More Malwarebytes.com Malwarebytes None of the problems can be solved without dissableing Windows update. slowcomputerproblems 802,669 views 2:43 Clear Windows Update Cache and Fix Windows Updates - Duration: 10:12. Fix475191 I then leave in standby between sessions.
It saved my life. Simultaneously press Windows key + R to open run command box. 2. I use "System Explorer" and I would watch my CPU sit at 50% almost all the time. weblink Reply Danpatins Dec 03, 2016 @ 12:45:18 I had tried stopping & killing the services but it would come up by itself.
Then I renamed C:\windows\SoftwareDistribution and the issue is gone. I've had this problem fora while. So if you see a flag in the system tray with mark next to it ( warning of issues ) mine was to check your Windows update settings as i had Reply Andrew Jun 30, 2016 @ 22:24:57 Found this gem today: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3050265 Resolved all of my svchost memory problems.
But in several cases users are complaining that Svchost.exe is hogging their CPU or Memory resources without obvious reasons e.g. Thanks to your post I could quickly identify the svchost process and tethered wuauserv service as the leading cause. So like crazy my cmoputer was using CPU trying to update. Restart the computer.
Now select “Windows update” services. 9 Step 9: a)Right click and select All Tasks and select Stop 10 Step 10: PropertiesWindows will stop the “Windows Update” services.Now right click on Windows I am still having problems.
I've had reoccurring problems with svchost for many years with Win 7, always went round and round with the info on how to fix. Really appreciate your research - I was pretty stymied by this until I found your posting Reply wall46 Dec 19, 2015 @ 18:29:59 Forgive my bad English. When you first run Windows Update in a new installation of Win7 SP1, it will insist on installing Windows Update Agent [WUA] 7.6.7600.320 (KB2887535), before it lets you check for other