February 23, 2017

Run Ubuntu in Wmware and svchost.exe (netsvcs)" uses all CPU resource

Yesterday, I turned on my computer and launch Wmware to run Ubuntu. I noticed that my computer was ran slower than other days.

When I open Task Manager, I found that there are a lot of svchost.exe processes and one of them is hogging my CPU resource, around 50%.

What should I do to get rid of this problem?

Answer to the question

A few days ago, someone asked a similar question, and the symptom is similar to your case. According to the following tutorial:

https://usefulpcguide.com/18385/svchost-exe-netsvcs-high-cpu/

You can determine the real reason that caused this svchost.exe high usage issue by using Task Manager.

  1. Firstly, bring up Task Manager.
  2. Select the svchost.exe process that overused your CPU resource.
  3. Right-click on it and select "Go to service(s)" option.
  4. It will switch you to the Service tab in Task Manager and highlight all relevant Windows services.
  5. If it's more than one, then you can stop one by one until you determine the one that caused the high usage issue.
  6. From that result, it will be easier to resolve it.

Before taking any other steps, you can try to restart the relevant Windows service. Sometimes, after restarting, the issue will disappear.

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Answer to the question

A few days ago, someone asked a similar question, and the symptom is similar to your case. According to the following tutorial:

https://usefulpcguide.com/18385/svchost-exe-netsvcs-high-cpu/

You can determine the real reason that caused this svchost.exe high usage issue by using Task Manager.

  1. Firstly, bring up Task Manager.
  2. Select the svchost.exe process that overused your CPU resource.
  3. Right-click on it and select "Go to service(s)" option.
  4. It will switch you to the Service tab in Task Manager and highlight all relevant Windows services.
  5. If it's more than one, then you can stop one by one until you determine the one that caused the high usage issue.
  6. From that result, it will be easier to resolve it.

Before taking any other steps, you can try to restart the relevant Windows service. Sometimes, after restarting, the issue will disappear.

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