At this time, your laptop is currently not possible to use, and you are probably asking the wrong question about what you did wrong.
Windows 10 users can check on their task manager for UN agency expertise problems such as slow latency steering.
You find that your system drive is running at 100%.
Surely this can’t be, right? It is, sadly. The latest versions of Windows have the problem of drivers being overworked, which slows down the operating system.
Reset Virtual Memory
Virtual memory treats your disk as if it is RAM and uses it to swap temporary files when running out of real RAM.
If there is not enough RAM to function, the HDD is used to supplement the RAM. The data transported to the HDD then returns to RAM when needed.
Open the System screen with Windows + Break / Pause, then Advanced System Settings on the left. In the resulting box, choose the Advanced tab, then under Display Click Settings.
Here you will find a more advanced tab, which has a section labeled Virtual Memory. Click Change and clear the checkbox to automatically manage the paging file size for all drives.
Reset Windows 10 virtual memory
Turn Off Your Antivirus Software
If you install antivirus or anti-malware programs such as Norton, Kaspersky, AVG, Avast Behavior Shield or Malwarebytes, you may consider changing the antivirus package.
Even Windows Defender can cause problems by increasing I / O and network usage which can lead to higher disk usage.
You should temporarily turn them off or disable them to see if they are causing your disk usage problem.
Windows Update Can Cause High Disk Usage
It appears that the Windows Display Recorder is the root cause that has started to malfunction in the latest update.
This special feature logs system events to the drive of the operating system that you can evaluate to perform diagnostics.
This usually only occurs when there is a problem with Windows Update (which is usually due to a file refusing to download). You have two options:
- Leave your computer alone—shut all your open applications and wait. Eventually, the files will download, but depending on how Windows Update is scheduled on your computer, it may require a reboot.
- Shutdown your computer—once you’ve done that, restart and wait for Windows Update to resolve the problem.
Disable Drives Scheduled Optimization
Although drive defragment and optimization is helpful to improve disk performance, optimizing drives in schedules is not necessary. You can disable drive scheduled optimization to solve 100% disk usage in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update / Creators Update / Anniversary Update.
Step 1. Right-click on the C drive.
Step 2. Select Properties.
Step 3. Choose the Tools tab.
Step 4. Click the Optimize button.
Step 5. Click on the Change settings button.
Step 6. Uncheck the Run on a schedule.
Disable Superfetch Service
Another Vido 10 feature identified as a possible cause of a 100% disk usage problem is the Superfutch service.
To deal with this, open another command prompt (or use the previous box if you still have it) and enter:
net.exe stop superfe
Again, wait a few moments to check if this has affected your computer’s performance. You should also run a check disk in the command prompt:
chkdsk.exe /f /r
You will be notified that your PC must be rebooted to complete the check disk, so make sure that you have closed all your applications first.
If this does not work, it is likely that you are experiencing a recurrence of the issue that is frustrating to feel, but simple to solve.
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