How to Fix High CPU and Disk Usage Caused by Tiworker.exe (Windows Modules Installer Worker) Process on Windows 10

What is TiWorker.exe?

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High CPU usage by TiWorker.exe on Windows 10

TiWorker.exe (Windows Modules Installer Worker) is a system process in Microsoft Windows which is responsible for installing new modules and updates. Respectively, it is able to use your CPU and produce a high load on your disk. Usually the CPU usage hovers between 30 and 50% but in some cases TiWorker can load CPU up to 100%. It goes without saying that this will cause bad performance of the system.

So let us find out what to do if you encounter high CPU usage by TiWorker.exe component. Read our tips upon how to fix the high usage of system resources caused by TiWorker.exe process on Windows 10. This guide can also be use to solve the same problem on Windows 8.1 and Server 2016 as well. 

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How to Open the Task Scheduler in Windows 10

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Task Scheduler is a component of Microsoft Windows designed to schedule the launch of programs at a defined time and manage tasks in the operating system. You can launch programs, terminate processes, control their priority and much more using this built-in tool. In this short guide we will show all possible ways to launch the Task Scheduler in Windows 10.

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How to undo ‘auto arrange icons’ in Windows and restore the previous arrangement

The Question: What can I do if I accidently clicked on Auto arrange icons on the desktop? How can I revert it? I liked the previous arrangement so much. I got used to it. Here is the solution on how to undo Auto arrage icons on the desktop. It works in Windows 10, 8.1 and 7. 

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How to Create a Restore Point in Windows 10

How to create a restore point in Windows 10

Why You May Need It?

Creating a system restore point may help to recover your OS Windows without reinstalling it from a scratch in a case of a serious problem: for example, if your OS got infected with a malware, your PC suddenly started slowing down, freezing, glitching, rebooting by itself or the system files have been corrupted due to any other reason. Note that you need to enable system protection first to be able to use the roll back. You should know, that creating restore pint does not guarantee that you will be able to recover your OS in 100% of cases. But nonetheless, it gives you more chances to restore your PC to a working condition in case of unforeseen circumstances. Please note that for a more reliable backup of the operating system, you should create a full disk image.

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5 Ways to Open Run Command Box in Windows 10

The Run command box is commonly used to launch the registry editor, system configuration, group policy object editor and other settings in Windows. On this page you will find 5 most convenient ways to open the dialogue in Windows 10.

The first one is my favorite. Get used to using this method and everybody around will say that your are using Windows 10 like a pro 🙂

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