Windows 10: [System Idle Process]What is it? why does it use a ton of CPU?
[System Idle Process]What is it? why does it use a ton of CPU?
it does appear to have a directory in the FS i am confused
system idle process is the amount of time your CPU is sitting idle and not doing anything.
It's exactly what it says it is. Your CPU is idle, doing nothing, for 78% of the time. That added to the all the other running processes totals 100%.
It's the other 22% that should concern you, that is processor usage.
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Just curious is this the case for everyone?