if you're using all solid state disk drives, there is no need to have metro apps and regular frequently used apps automatically launched under parent process "application frame host" in a suspended state, caching to swapfile.sys.
this is useful for mechanical disk drives but not for solid state disk drives.
the means to turn this off is by changing the start status of "superfetch" from "automatic" to "manual" (located in services console).
apps such as "Calculator.exe" will no longer automatically start in a suspended state under parent process "ApplicationFrameHost.exe" (cached to swapfile.sys).
this solution may have been posted before but i searched and could not find a similar solution.