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How To Fix Svchost.exe netsvcs High CPU Usage Problem


Svchost.exe netsvcs aka svchost.exe -k is one of the most common issues Windows users face these days. Svchost -k is actually a very essential and critical Windows process which is responsible for loading of several other critical Windows services.


But in several cases, it is seen that the Svchost.exe process hoggs a lot of CPU or Memory resources making the processing too slow. At times the excessive usage of memory resources by Svchost.exe netsvcs process occurs even when there is no need for it i.e. when no apps are running.

So, today in this article, I will tell you how you can solve Svchost.exe (netsvcs) problem by following the methods mentioned here.

How To Solve Svchost.exe netsvcs / svchost.exe -k / Svchost -k ISSUE


While there could be many ways to fix this issue, I will be listing down the ones which have the highest chances of solving your problem and are easy to follow.


Solution 1: Scan Your Computer For Malware or Virus

One of the most common reason behind the occurring of this issue is presence of malware or virus in your computer. So, I would recommend doing a full scan of your computer using a solid antivirus. Avast Pro works like a charm and helped many users in solving this issue.

Buy and install Avast Pro, allow it to do a deep scan of your PC and remove the viruses. Once the viruses are thrown out of the system, Svchost.exe netsvcs problem should be gone.

Solution 2: Emptying Event viewer log

Another reason which could lead to svchost.exe -k high cpu usage problem is accumulation of large log file in Windows even viewer. In order to get rid of the error, you will have to clear Event Viewer’s log which can be done as followed.
Step 1: Press Windows key + R to launch run dialog box.
Step 2: In the run dialog box, type eventvwr.msc and press the Enter key.


Step 3: Once the Event Viewer launches, double-click and expand Windows Logs.

Step 4: Here Right-click on Application option and choose Clear Log.


Step 5. Now you need to perform the same operation and clear the Security, Setup, and System log.

Once you are done with all the steps, restart your computer. That’s it. Svchost.exe netsvcs would be gone and you would no longer face the memory hogging issue on your computer.


If my tutorial helped you in getting rid of How To Solve Svchost.exe netsvcs / svchost.exe -k / Svchost -k issue, please share the article and comment below.

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