Windows 10: Two 'Windows host process (Rundll32)' on Startup tab in Task manager
Two 'Windows host process (Rundll32)' on Startup tab in Task manager
As the title: I noticed Windows startup was slow, so I wanted to disable some startup apps, and noticed there are 2 Windows host process (Rundll32) - each of them has Startup impact: medium
Is one of them a malware?
Why is there a Windows Host Process (Rundll32) in my Startup tab in Task Manager?
I'm not sure if this is a Windows 10 default action, or if it came from some program I installed. Shouldn't rundll32.exe start automatically if it's needed?
Can anyone explain what is happening here?
From the moment I switch ON my desktop until switching OFF (working for 12 hours) the local system service host is always between 30% to 40% regarding CPU usage.
Why? How to stop it?
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