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Discussion in 'Discussion (AdGuard for Windows)' started by Mark Miller, Mar 11, 2018.
I don't know the perfect reason, is it possible....
I don't think it is related to AdGuard: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/id-3034038/superfetch-causing-massive-disk-usage.html
This is not possible, I am using Adguard and Adguard web extension for more then 3 years in windows 10, do not have the service host superfetch problem. Can you please share your system information includes ram, disk space and more. There is a possibility of low ram and hard drive space. You can also read more https://www.itechgyan.com/service-host-superfetch-high-cpu/
I did all the things but it did not work at my computer. I had to search a lot on the internet, eventually it worked. Link here https://blogtip.org/what-is-a-superfetch-should-i-turn-off-superfetch-win-10-8-7/
Ya I don't think either that it is related to Adgaurd because I don't use AdGuard at all and still faced this issue.
Update: I found a solution to this issue on a website called clouttechie.com, you can also go there and check the solution.
The best is to closely look for the processes as in the recent past my system had shown the high cpu usage due to some win 10 shitty processes of host superfetch and windows modules installer worker which i fixed using these steps. Hopefully it will resolve for you guys as well..
There is a possibility of low ram and hard drive space. You can also read more https://itechbeat.com/service-host-superfetch-windows/
Yes right, its not possible to work.