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    Hi
    Here I have a problem on one of my posts Seven (Professional Edition). When I start the task manager, I have a dozen ongoing svchost.exe process which pump a lot of memory and thus slow the PC.

    After searching, I saw that these processes were linked to services that were running. The problem is that I saw that this could also come from infection. I did a scan with Rescue CD and nothing was detected. I made one or two manipulations found on Google but the svchost.exe does not disappear.

    Do you know where the problem may come from? Is it because a lot of services running on the PC? And I have this problem on this PC only, the other by Seven (Enterprise Edition) does not exhibit this problem.

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    svchost.exe is a process to mask other processes: as so vile hackers access to your machine there are X svchost.exe, but not the real processes that can finish their valuable information.

    Is through the "Services" list running processes (initially), and arrest one after the other, if possible.

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    Seems to me to see what service is running behind each svchost.exe is through the command line, and you retrieve the ID of each, and you will find them as stated in fetuses manage ==> service.

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    So each svchost.exe is attached to a service? If I turn off a process that starts when you start using this svchost.exe, I'll have one less?

    I'll try to get that command to see what service because I can disable. If anyone has this famous command I'm interested.

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    Possible. But it's a home PC used in a professional setting also so I do not support everything that is installed on it and it's true that there are a lot of programs installed on it and a lot of processes that load at startup. I tried deleting some processes at startup but that does not change.

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    No it's okay to start it starts quite quickly. It is more after the start when launching one or two applications it starts to slow and that the svchost puff a lot of memory.
    I have no PC at the moment, I get it in the afternoon. I will test your advice and I'll let you know. Thank you for your help anyway.

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    So is Windows Update that handles SHIFT PC and share Seven and Office 2010, there is nothing to Microsoft but I will test this solution also to see if the problem comes from there. What I find strange is that on any other PC, I do not have that worry, the only difference is that the other PC runs under Seven Enterprise while the PC where I have this problem with svchost. exe, it runs on Seven Professional, so I do not know if there is a link between that?

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