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Windows Modules Installer worker - High cpu

eh laptop slow kar reha, how ca i fix it ?.....


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Old 26-12-2014
Dhillon
 
Answered: Windows Modules Installer worker - High cpu

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eh laptop slow kar reha, how ca i fix it ?

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You using Windows 8 ?
You updated recently?

Disable automatic.updates/ restart Windows module installer worker service

Or
Follow these

Press win + R key and type "Services.msc" and set:

"Windows Installer Modules Installer" to Manual.
"Windows Update" to Manual.

Then to go to "Control Panel", "Windows Update" then select "Change settings" and set Important Updates to "Download updates but let me choose whether to install them."

 
Old 26-12-2014
Android
 
Re: Windows Modules Installer worker - High cpu

You using Windows 8 ?
You updated recently?

Disable automatic.updates/ restart Windows module installer worker service

Or
Follow these

Press win + R key and type "Services.msc" and set:

"Windows Installer Modules Installer" to Manual.
"Windows Update" to Manual.

Then to go to "Control Panel", "Windows Update" then select "Change settings" and set Important Updates to "Download updates but let me choose whether to install them."

 
Old 26-12-2014
Dhillon
 
Re: Windows Modules Installer worker - High cpu

Thanks, seems like issue is resolved by following above steps.

 
Old 27-12-2014
Dhillon
 
Re: Windows Modules Installer worker - High cpu

@Ginni Singh

fer shuru ho gaya, Manual ta kita hoya.

what else can i try ?

 
Old 27-12-2014
Android
 
Re: Windows Modules Installer worker - High cpu

Change to don't install updates


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