How to fix 100% Disk Usage on Microsoft Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista
April 13, 2018 Jon 20 Comments
SUPERFETCH IS THE MAIN PROBLEM! DISABLE SUPERFETCH/PREFETCH! So set them both to ‘0’
In Windows 10 Disable SfTracingState too so find that in the registry and just set that ‘0’ too
Still Having Problems?
A: Restart your computer.
B: Not disable the automatic restarter or set it the value to 1 instead of 0,
C: In Windows.msc: Stop superfetch and windows search from running
To fix A: repeat the process as shown in the video IF STILL ACTIVE
To fix B: go back through your registry editor and set everything to 0 instead of 1, 2, or 3
To fix C: go to windows.msc, right click both Superfetch and Windows search, and click the option labeled “Stop”
Hope this helps you” – Nick Chaudoir (DeMexica)
Some simple process need to be done and this isn’t so difficult as it may look. You simple need to open up run by pressing the ‘Windows Key+R’ after that the run box will pop up allowing you to type in ‘services.msc’ and ‘regedit.exe’
“instead of using regedit go to the services.msc and go to superfetch, windows search etc go to properties then recovery tab and set all failures (first, second and third failure) to take no action. disable the services and it wont come back on if you set the startup type to disabled no need to do the risky registry stuff”‘
“Turn Windows 10 Notification off”
“you can also open cmd as an admin and then type net.exe stop superfetch”
“I had this issue and it seems some others encountered the bug. What fixed it for me is going to settings, system, notifications, and turning off “show me tips about Windows.” I believe that was the one causing problems, though I turned all of them off besides the app notifications. System processes went back down after a restart and hasn’t spiked since.”
Thank you for watching and I hoped I helped you out a lot!
Full Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=souv4CqsARI
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