In Windows 10, perhaps you have the process &# 8220; Windows Shell Experience Host&# 8221; noticed. It can greatly utilize the CPU and memory (RAM). We show you how to fix it and why you should not disable or uninstall the process.104358Windows 10: Check for updates - Instructions
Windows Shell Experience Host - What is it?
The process &# 8220; Windows Shell Experience Host&# 8221; is one of the official Windows processes - so it is not a malicious program and not a virus. He is responsible for displaying the user interface and the colors under Windows. So you should not quit or permanently disable him. When you finish the process in the task manager, he will shortly thereafter automatically restarted.The process can consume a lot of CPU and RAM. Source: howtogeek.com
However, the process may have a lot of CPU and memory (RAM) occupy (Standard are about 100 to 200 MB). If the process constantly requires more memory and CPU usage is always above 30 percent, a problem may exist. So what can you do about it?Start Photogallery(5 pictures)install the .NET Framework 3.5 in Windows 10
Windows Shell Experience host high CPU and RAM usage
If the process permanently utilizes the CPU and the RAM, proceed as follows:
- Installs Windows and app updates, if any. Second it done in the Windows Store. Click above on your account icon and select Downloads and updates.
Here app updates in the Windows Store to be installed.
- Opens the Windows settings with the keys Windows + i.
- Click on Personalization, background.
- Selected in the drop-down menu in the background instead of solid color slide the entry from.
- In the menu item colors from her the check mark from: Auto select an accent color from my background.
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