Windows Modules Installer Worker High CPU

How To

Slow and unresponsive systems, high temperatures, and high fan speeds are all symptoms of Windows Modules Installer Worker Windows 10 High CPU usage. You’re irritated and frustrated, but don’t worry about it any more, because I’ve provided the following remedies.

In order to keep the system running smoothly, Windows Modules Installer Worker scans for and instals the most recent updates automatically. It also creates an environment where these updates may be downloaded and fixes any errors that may have arisen. These processes run in the background, increasing the amount of CPU time needed. Because other programmes can’t function effectively with more CPU storage usage, the operating system becomes slower and less responsive. To resolve this issue, follow these procedures.

How To

Method 1: High CPU use during Windows Modules Installer Worker installation.

Step 1: Open the Start menu first.

Step 2: Type “Run” into the search box and hit the Enter key.

Step 3: Then type services.msc in the Run window and click Enter.

Step 4: Find Windows Modules Installer in the Services window that will open up after the fourth step.

Step 5: Double-click on it to access its properties.

Step 6: Select Disabled as the startup type for Step 5. Close all open programmes. Now that you’ve clicked on the Apply button, you’re good to go.

Method 2: Change Internet Preferences

Users of Wi-Fi

Step 1: The first step is to click on the Wi-Fi network indicator and select the connection you want to use.

Step 2: Go to the Properties window.

Step 3: Finally, press the “Set as a metered connection” button to turn it on and activate it.

Ethernet users should take note of this.

Step 1: Open the Start menu first.

Step 2: In the search box, type “Run” and hit the Enter key.

Step 3: Then type regedit in the Run window and click OK.

Step 4: This is the way to follow: It can be found in the registry under HKEY LOCAL MACHINE SOFTWARE, Microsoft, Windows NT, CurrentVersion, and NetworkList.

Step 5: Right-click on the DefaultMediaCost tab and choose Permissions from the context menu that appears.

Step 6: In the Permissions window, select the Advanced tab and then click on the appropriate permissions.

Step 7: Next, click the Change button.

Step 8: Click OK after you’ve entered your username.

Step 9: Select the Replace owner on sub containers and objects checkbox in the Advanced Settings window.

Step 10: Finally, open the Permissions tab and choose the Username (Administrator). Save by checking the box for Full Control.

Step 11: As a final step, enter the Ethernet tab and change the value data from 1 to 2. Finally, make sure everything is shut down and restart your computer.

Method 3: Reboot Your Computer in Clean Mode.

Step 1: Open the Start menu first.

Step 2: Next, open msconfig.exe by typing it into your browser’s address bar.

A normal startup should be selected and followed after that.


You’ve found the most effective methods for resolving Windows Modules Installer Windows 10. Windows 10 is experiencing a high CPU problem. It’s important to you, and you know how to handle it well. Fixing issues and increasing productivity can both be accomplished by performing a manual update once a month. Inquiries are always welcome!