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Fix High System Resource usage after Windows 10 Update

If you are facing that RAM and CPU usage went up after installing or upgrade to Windows 10. Less RAM of your computer is not the cause. Users having 4GB of RAM have fewer complaints, while more and more users with 8GB and even 16GB of RAM have experienced high RAM usage problems after updating to Windows 10. There are several key reasons why memory usage runs out after installing Windows 10. Here in This post, we have some best solutions to help you fix this High CPU memory usage problem on Windows 10. You can try any of them on your laptop, desktop PC, or notebook computer

Disable Programs Running at Startup 

We suggest you to better disable as many programs as possible that are running at startup on Windows 10. This helps to save lots of CPU memory usage.

To disable startup programs on windows Press the Windows button and “R” at the same time. Type “msconfig” without the quotes in the Run window and press “Enter” on the keyboard. The Task manager window pops up. Click on the “Startup” tab and you will see a list of programs that run at startup. Right click on the applications that you don’t want to run at startup and select “Disable” As shown picture.

Make sure that your PC isn’t affected by some Malware

The presence of malware happens to be one of the biggest reasons for the slowdown of the system along with memory leakage problems and malware infection could easily pass on to the upgraded version of the software, as opposed to a clean installation which wipes out all data on the hard disk.

Try to Removing malware use of Malwarebytes Anti-malware tool, which offers a comprehensive scanning and cleaning mechanism to eradicate spyware and malware infections.

install and run the application performs a complete scan or deep scan to remove any malware infection and reboot your PC to get rid of any infection.

Adjust Windows for Best Performance

Right click on the “Computer” icon and select “Properties Select “Advanced System Settings” to go to the “System properties” windows Select “Settings”, “Adjust for best performance” and “Apply”.  Click “OK”. Restart your computer.
Adjust for Best Performance

Defragment Hard Drives remove bad sectors 

Press the Windows button and “R” at the same time Type “dfrgui” without the quotes in the Run window and press “Enter” on the keyboard. it will open optimize Drive window. Now click on the hard drives you want to defragment. “C” is a system drive so specially defrag C drive first. As Shown below picture.
defragment disk Drive

Click “Optimize” and follow the instructions on the screen to finish the defragment process.

Update reinstall outdated or faulty drivers 

Sometimes noticed due to outdated or faulty drivers are the main reason behind this potential memory leak issue in Windows 10. Microsoft has rolled out automatic driver updates for all known hardware installed on the PC, it may not be fully optimized for best performance.

Mostly sound, graphics, and network drivers, which are often the root cause of memory leaks high CPU usage. open device manager and try to update these Drivers As Shown bellow image.

Update display driver

or you can  Download and install Windows Driver Kit from Microsoft official website. and update your outdated drivers.

Disable Runtime Broker to fix high CPU and memory usage

Go to Start menu > Settings app and then open System > Notifications & Actions. Deselect the option “Show me tips about Windows” and reboot the computer.

Still, The issue is not solved Try Registry Hack

Now press Win Key + R Type in “Regedit” and then hit Enter to open the registry editor. First backup registry database then
Go to ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management’
Find ‘ClearPageFileAtShutDown’ and change its value to 1 As Shown below image

Restart the computer. These are some best working solutions to fix the High CPU memory usage problems on windows 10. Have any query, suggestion feel free to comment below.

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