svchost.exe is one of the most known system processes which is legitimate and safe. It belongs to Microsoft Windows and is responsible for handling processes executed from DLLs. You can find several examples of this process in your Control Panel -> Services section, so don't be shocked after discovering 10 or 14 identical processes running in your Control Panel. However, one example of svchost can hold multiple Windows services for trying to minimize the consumption of system resources.
Nevertheless, you still notice svchost.exe heavy CPU usage on your computer. In this case, you should disable the service that is related to this high usage process. For that, follow these steps:
Keep in mind that you should never remove this essential system process from your computer. It's important for the safe and stable run of the computer system.
We must warn you that various parasites try to hide themselves under the names of legitimate system files. Svchost.exe is not an exception. If you noticed Svchost.exe high usage problem on your computer, you should look at its name closer. In most of the cases, malicious examples of this file have typo mistakes in their name, such as svchosts.exe, scvhost.exe, scvhosts.exe, svchostc.exe, xsvchost.exe, and similar. In addition, you can spot a malicious version of svchost.exe by scanning your computer with the reliable anti-spyware software. To find a virus, you can use Reimage or PlumbytesWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus.
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