Windows 10: Servicehost: Sysmain

Discus and support Servicehost: Sysmain in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; Hello, I just wanna make sure if this is okay or something weird. I was doing a checkup on my task manager to see if there was something new or... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by FinalDebt92, Oct 25, 2020.

  1. Servicehost: Sysmain


    Hello,

    I just wanna make sure if this is okay or something weird.

    I was doing a checkup on my task manager to see if there was something new or weird.

    Just an usual checkup i do.


    But then i saw that my Servicehost: Sysmain, only uses 24-25MB RAM.

    Which i found pretty weird, because i am used to see it using up to 80+MB..


    I also wanna ask about the "GPU 0 - Copy"

    Is this a normal thing? Because it's the first time i really noticed it.

    :)
     
    FinalDebt92, Oct 25, 2020
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  2. steve108 Win User

    SysMain no activity without internet connection?

    Hello @RoasterMen *Smile
    I have not understood SysMain to be an internet specific related task, so what you observe is interesting.

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    I am not suggesting you delete it : Enable or Disable SuperFetch in Windows

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    What are you using to determine that SysMain is active or not? Are you saying SysMain service does not start until you connect to the internet?
     
    steve108, Oct 25, 2020
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  3. JWZ_88 Win User
    Problem with servicehost: unistack servicegroup

    Hi all,

    My surface pro 3 has windows 10 installed. The fan is constantly on and the CPU is above 40% when idle.

    The 'servicehost: unistack servicegroup' is always running according to the task manager.

    I have reinstalled windows 10, didn't work. Performed an firmware update, didn't work.

    Do you have any suggestion.

    Thanks in advance
     
    JWZ_88, Oct 25, 2020
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  4. SagarA V Win User

    Servicehost: Sysmain

    ServiceHost consuminf lot of network resource

    ServiceHost is constantly consuming lot of network resource
     
    SagarA V, Oct 25, 2020
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