Windows 10: Client Runtime Server and Windows Desktop Manager uses much GPU

Discus and support Client Runtime Server and Windows Desktop Manager uses much GPU in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; Hello, my problem is about lagging of my notebook. The laptop is quite new (not older than one year). Sometimes, when I move with mouse on desktop,... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by krystyo, Jul 11, 2019.

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    Client Runtime Server and Windows Desktop Manager uses much GPU


    Hello,


    my problem is about lagging of my notebook. The laptop is quite new (not older than one year).

    Sometimes, when I move with mouse on desktop, the cursor is lagging. In task manager I can see that Client Runtime Server and Windows Desktop Manager uses up to 80% of GPU (NVidia GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q). I did complete reinstall of OS and it does it even when I don´t install anything.

    I checked everything and it is up to date - drivers, OS, BIOS.


    Thank you for help, have a nice day

    :)
     
    krystyo, Jul 11, 2019
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  2. High GPU Usage By Client Server Runtime Process and Desktop Window Manager When Scrolling Or Other Mouse Movements

    Recently I Decided To Reinstall Windows Since I Wanted To Remove All Junk That Had Gathered Over The Years, However After The New Installation

    I started To Notice That The Background Processes Like Client Server Runtime and Desktop Window Manager Started Using Around 5 - 10% Of My GPU ( 3D ) and When Scrolling It Goes Over To 40 - 50 % Usage

    Annoyed Of This Issue I Reinstalled Windows From a USB Flash Drive Again But This Didn't Fix The Issue..

    Plz Help....
     
    PRADEEPSHARMA_123, Jul 11, 2019
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  3. High GPU Usage By Client Server Runtime Process and Desktop Window Manager When Scrolling Or Other Mouse Movements

    I am hearing this issue first time . after reading your issues , I checked in my windows , that client server runtime process not there , even my gpu usage is 1%.

    Try to disable that process (called service ) is registry
     
    RAJU.MSC.MATHEMATICS, Jul 11, 2019
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  4. Client Runtime Server and Windows Desktop Manager uses much GPU

    Desktop Window Manager & Client Server Runtime HIGH Random GPU Spikes!

    Hello everyone,

    This is my first post on any kind of tech-support forum. Usually, 99% of the time i find a solution online, reading other threads, etc - but not for this issue.

    As the title clearly states, I am experiencing high (really high) GPU spikes from desktop window manager & client server runtime - by really high I mean 90-100% GPU.

    Some background info:

    My device> Dell XPS 15, 9570, i7-8750H 6 cores, Intel HD Graphics 630/Nvidia GTX 1050 Max-Q, 512GB SSD - bought 4 months ago.

    My OS> Windows 10 Home, version 1809

    I didn't have this issue until I upgraded to the 1809 version for that sweet dark mode, so there's that.

    What causes the issue: simply opening anything (for example Chrome, file explorer, any game) will cause a GPU spike in those 2 departments, which freezes the laptop for a solid 10-15 seconds and then they go back to 0-5% usage.

    What I did trying to fix the issue:

    - troubleshoot the classic way, no issues found.

    - reset & delete every file on the PC.

    - delete my user profile, using another one.

    - update my drivers, BIOS, etc.

    - and a few more that I found on other threads.

    So, what am I supposed to do?
     
    marin_stana, Jul 11, 2019
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