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FIX: WMI Provider Host High CPU Usage on Windows 10/8/7 OS (Solved)

The WMI Provider Host (WmiPrvSE.exe), is a procedure that is identified with Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) administration which is the foundation for the board information and tasks on Windows-based working frameworks.

The WMI Provider Host process is running on the foundation and ordinarily doesn't utilize numerous framework assets. Yet, on a few events I have seen that the WMI Provider Host (WmiPrvSE.exe) process makes the CPU work at 100% and makes the framework unusable.

Method 1. Output your PC for infections

Infections or malevolent projects can cause the WMI Provider Host CPU utilization issues. Thus, before you keep on investigating the WmiPrvSE.exe (WMI Provider Host) high CPU utilization issue, utilize this Malware Scan and Removal Guide to check and evacuate infections or/and pernicious projects that might be running on your PC.

Method 2. Introduce All accessible Windows Updates

Ensure that you have introduced every single accessible Window Updates on your PC. To do that:

On Windows 7, 8, 8.1:

1. Press Windows + R keys to stack the Run discourse box.

2. Type the accompanying direction to open Windows Update and press Enter.

3. Snap the Check for refreshes fasten and afterward introduce all updates found.

On Windows 10:

1. Snap the Windows Start picture catch and open Settings.

2. Snap Update and security.

3. Snap the Check for refreshes fasten and afterward introduce all updates found.

Method 3. Run System Maintenance and Windows Update troubleshooters

Run the System Maintenance troubleshooter to consequently fix the framework's issues.

1. Explore to Windows Control Panel.

2. Set the View by to: Small symbols and afterward click Troubleshooting.

3. Snap on View all.

4. Double tap at System Maintenance.

5. Press Next and afterward follow the onscreen prompts to run the System Maintenance troubleshooter.

1. At the same time press the Windows picture + R keys to open run order box.

2. In run direction box, type: eventvwr.msc press Enter.

3. In Event watcher go to:

Applications and Services Logs - > Microsoft - > Windows - > WMI Activity > Operational

4. Snap at the 'WMI-Activity' blunder and notice the ClientProcessId number.

5. At that point, press the Ctrl + SHIFT + ESC keys to open the Task Manager.

6. Presently take a gander at the Details and the Services tab to discover which procedure or administration has the equivalent the PID number with the ClientProcessId number you saw in Event Viewer so as to discover the guilty party administration or application.

7. At the point when you discover which application or administration cause the WMI Provider Host high CPU utilization issue, uninstall the guilty party application or change the need of the offender procedure to Low.

Inform me as to whether this guide has helped you by leaving your remark about your experience. It would be ideal if you like and offer this manual for help other people.

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