High CPU Usage
What is High CPU Usage?
Common Problems
How to Fix High CPU Usage
High CPU Usage
CPU Support Guide

How To Fix High CPU Usage

What is High CPU Usage?
The CPU is the brains of the computer where most calculations take place. The lower your CPU usage is, the more processing power is available for tasks. If your CPU usage is high (such as 100%), there is a good chance something is not working right on your computer.
Common Problems
High CPU Usage can be caused by memory intensive programs, infinite looping, overheating, inadequate RAM, malware, viruses, trojans and memory leaks. If not fixed, it can cripple the performance of your computer.
Fixing High CPU Usage
To fix high memory issues and ensure your computer functions problem free, it is highly recommended that you download and run the High CPU Usage repair tool PC Cleaner. Click the button below to download the software.
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High CPU Usage
Download & run PC Cleaner.

Click 'Scan' to search for errors.

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  7 Comments on "How to Fix High CPU Usage"

Freddie says: Topic: Support 
Problem solved!

BigDaddy55 says: Topic: Support 
thanks so much

ANNE says: Topic: Support 
it solved my cpu problem and a few other errors it found with the scan

BlackBerryFan says: Topic: Support 
I had high cpu usage problem forever, but now it's fixed.

TripleRainbow says: Topic: Support 
What does it mean?!?!? It means my computer is happy again!

KarateDude says: Topic: Support 
I thought I was going to need to buy a new computer

MelanieS says: Topic: Support 
that fixed it, bless you

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