Windows has gone a bit better with its every updated version. But there is always something that may disappoint us by having an issue. Just like that, Windows Modules Installer Worker is a great system to work on Windows 10. But we have a problem with it when it uses the lion’s share of the CPU efficiency by its installation and update process. Windows 10 is a better version of Windows 7. Just like that, Microsoft has corrected many faults of Windows 7 in the next Windows 10. But little things sometimes make a difference. Like this time, it has no other consideration.
Windows Modules Installer Worker is a Windows Update Service in Windows 10 which is always ready to look for new updates from every software and the installation of them to your computer. In other words, it makes your computer continuously updated. When your personal computer system is checking for any kind of Windows update, Windows Modules Installer Worker will be there to catch it instantly. It will install the updates then. After that, this process will start running automatically in your operating system. It is good always to stay updated. But it sometimes hampers the power of the CPU of your personal computer, as it uses the CPU the most.
Windows Modules Installer Worker
By the given description, we have already known that Windows Modules Installer Worker is updated service that makes you stay updated with every updates of Windows 10 instantly. It will also install the updated versions after having it. But the main problem of the Windows Modules Installer Worker is its usage. Windows Modules Installer Worker uses almost more than 95% of your CPU, which will be hampering for your other official work. Windows 10 has this small problem that can make you restrained from your regular work. But like every issue has its own solution, we have it too. We have two leading solutions to this problem.
Here we are going to discuss two solutions that you can try to fix this problem. You should not have to try both of them together. We have kept it as alternatives. If Method 1 isn’t suitable for you, then you can try another method to solve your problem. In addition, if you have it later also, you can try the other methods from help centre of Window operating system.
- You can try it by stopping or disabling your Windows Updating Service
To go for this, press the Windows key and R at the same time and you will see the Run box. Type services.msc there and click OK. Then you should see the Services window on your screen. Double-click on it. Set up to Disabled and click on Stop and tap on Apply and OK. Your problem will be ended up with it.
- If method 1 is not sufficient enough, then try to switch your internet settings. Try another Wi-Fi network. It may be much helpful for you.