Why WMI Provider Host is Using so Much CPU?

26 Aug 2021 12:40
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Is your WMI Provider Host in your computer is using so much CPU? WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) is an imperative part of your system that allows various applications to request info about your system. It does not usually use much CPU, for it actually does not work like other applications and only performs as an administrator to request info.
However, if your computer is reporting wmiprse.exe high CPU usage, probably other applications are trying to access data through it. Continue reading to know more about it.

What is WMI and why is it using so much CPU?

WMI Provider Host is a feature in Windows, which allows applications to request information about the system including data on it. Along with the existing applications or say software, a newly installed application can also request the operating system information using WMI.
Generally, WMI does not use CPU because it does nothing except for scandalizing software for requesting info about the system. Thus, WMI Provider host CPU usage can be spotted only when scrip or application requests info about the data and the system using WMI.

If you are experiencing wmiprvse.exe high CPU usage, note it as a sign that other applications are trying to request data through WMI. That can be problematic for your system otherwise.

Fix WMI CPU Usage getting high by restarting it.
Go to the start menu.
Type “Service.msc”
Press on the Enter button.
When the Service tool appears on your screen, navigate Windows Management Instrumentation Service.
Right-click on the bar and locate the restart option.
Restart WMI.

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