SVCHOST.EXE Causing Performance Issues

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    WINDOWS 10 Home Edition
       26 Feb 2016 #1

    SVCHOST.EXE Causing Performance Issues

    Hi everyone, I am running Windows 10 on my HP laptop and SCVHOST is using all the system resources.
    I have run a performance trace for one minute and posted it here on OneDrive
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    Is anyone able to review the trace and advise what is causing the performance issue.
    That would be greatly appreciated

    Many Thanks


    EDIT: I have now narrowed this down to the CoreMessaging service as I have turned off all the other services one by one without result. I don't know how to proceed from here. Any ideas anyone?
    Last edited by Brichio; 29 Feb 2016 at 16:08.
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