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  1.    01 Apr 2017 #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by dalchina View Post
    Just wondering- how many disks do you have in your PC?
    If you look at task manager, Performance, which disks are showing significant activity?
    I have one disk and these are the names of the processes
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    I can get another keyboard and do a clean boot.
    Once I do the clean boot I take a screenshot of my task manager or processexplorer?
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  2.    01 Apr 2017 #32
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    Ok, it would be good to find a situation when you do not have this problem.
    Currently I would only guess that to be in Safe Mode. Try Safe Mode rather than a clean boot- it's also easer to set up, and more basic.

    Now, the names of those processes need research. A couple of them I've never seen before-- if you can find out anything about them- esp. the 4th and 5th - that would be helpful. The first is related to reports of various issues of resource use.

    There are quite a few threads about Service Host: Local System on this forum, so you could search it and see if anything helps.

    Please also try the suggestion first in my previous post.

    Here's another (from this forum):
    Turning off notifications SOLVED the disk-usage issue for me! Thank you very much!

    To solve the issue:

    1. Right click the start bar -> Click "Properties"
    2. Click "Customize" next to 'Notification Area:'
    3. Slide all bars to "Off" in the 'Notifications' category
    4. Finished!
    Others suggest disabling superfetch.

    However, I have the uneasy feeling these are fudges and don't address the real issue.

    What is your build number? (Windows key + R, winver)?

    I've finally noticed this in my own task manager (scroll down towards the bottom)
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    I can only imagine this is something introduced more recently- that MS has given different instances of svchost different names, and expanded them like this.

    So there's a simpler way to monitor these than Process Explorer.
    Last edited by dalchina; 02 Apr 2017 at 02:54.
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  3.    03 Apr 2017 #33
    Join Date : Nov 2016
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    Quote Originally Posted by dalchina View Post
    Ok, it would be good to find a situation when you do not have this problem.
    Currently I would only guess that to be in Safe Mode. Try Safe Mode rather than a clean boot- it's also easer to set up, and more basic.

    Now, the names of those processes need research. A couple of them I've never seen before-- if you can find out anything about them- esp. the 4th and 5th - that would be helpful. The first is related to reports of various issues of resource use.

    There are quite a few threads about Service Host: Local System on this forum, so you could search it and see if anything helps.

    Please also try the suggestion first in my previous post.

    Here's another (from this forum):


    Others suggest disabling superfetch.

    However, I have the uneasy feeling these are fudges and don't address the real issue.

    What is your build number? (Windows key + R, winver)?

    I've finally noticed this in my own task manager (scroll down towards the bottom)
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Snap 2017-04-02 at 08.48.22.jpg 
Views:	3 
Size:	103.8 KB 
ID:	127709

    I can only imagine this is something introduced more recently- that MS has given different instances of svchost different names, and expanded them like this.

    So there's a simpler way to monitor these than Process Explorer.
    Sorry for the late response. This is my build number and will do the safe boot later on today
    Click image for larger version. 

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