The memory use rate of the process named svchost.exe in the Windows System, CPU use rate or memory resource use rate have been high, resulting in system jamming and abnormal use. What is svchost.exe? It is a process on a computer, which can host other individual services that perform various functions on Windows. There can be multiple instances of svchost.exe running on the computer， with each instance containing different services. The instance of svchost.exe can be a single service or multiple services.
Location and Solutions
Make a brief analysis before using the task manager, open Task Manager of the system, and quickly determine the corresponding service attached under the corresponding svchost process:
Right click the taskbar and click Launch Task Manager to open Task Manager.
Switch to the Progress tab.
Click Show processes from all users and if the system requires users to enter the administrator password and confirm, please type password or confirm.
Right click on the instance of svchost.exe with the excessive resource use rate and click Go to Details. The service associated with the process will be highlighted on the Services tab.
Use the SC Config command to Isolate the Service
After finding the Svchost with high CPU use rate, users can also try to stand-alone the services that reside in the svchost to a separate svchost to run through the SC Config command:
sc config wuauserv type= own
After the successful execution, reboot the server and execute the command tasklist /svc | findstr /I /C:wuau to find that the Windows Update service has been successfully independent.
If the service is restored to the same svchost with other services, please execute the following command sc config wuauserv type= share to reboot the server.
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