|Open Task Manager, select the Processes tab, on the |
File Options View Help menu...
Click View > Select Columns, Add in PID, CPU Time, Memory Usage Delta, Peak Memory Usage columns.
Still while on the Processes Tab, Under "Image Name" column - look over to CPU Time and High Memory columns to see which files may be causing high usage.
You may have to use Process Explorer :
...to determine what some of the generic Windows Process names running are associated with software on your PC.
I've seen HP printer software, TouchPad (laptop) software and others cause high usage.
Still could be Malware running too. I'd run Emsisoft Anti malware and maybe an Anti-Root kit or two (like GMER, Radix, TrendMicro Rootkit buster etc) as well to see if anything is still on there.
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