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svchost.exe (netsvcs) process is hogging my CPU

Kevin Dts

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I was getting this issue a few days ago and I submitted the question to a few forums to ask.

After diagnosing and find out the reason, it seems the Windows update build #1067 has issues and when upgrading to it, it isn't compatible with my current apps and configurations.

According to a tip from this post, I have uninstalled the update (actually rollback the update) and svchost.exe is no longer hogging my CPU resource.

I would recommend you in the case of encountering the same issue like me, check whether you have recently installed any Windows updates or not.

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