Windows 10: User OOBE Broker

Discus and support User OOBE Broker in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; Hello, I have found some strange procces in taskmanager called User OOBE Broker. What is this and is it safe?. File path... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/_MeetYourMaker_, Jun 30, 2020.

  1. User OOBE Broker


    Hello, I have found some strange procces in taskmanager called User OOBE Broker. What is this and is it safe?. File path C/windows/system32/oobe/UserOOBEBroker.exe file is not signed. Runs from User name (Admin)

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    /u/_MeetYourMaker_, Jun 30, 2020
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  2. OOBE

    Hi,

    To assist you better regarding with OOBE message, we suggest that you provide us a screenshot of the error message.

    We're looking forward to your reply.
     
    Carlos Tin, Jun 30, 2020
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  3. Kreij Win User
    Current active users that are friends

    The other reason I suggested this is that users can add characters to their username that are not alphanumeric (e.g. user*). This confuses things somewhat when looking at the list.
     
    Kreij, Jun 30, 2020
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  4. User OOBE Broker

    Runtime Broker Parameters

    Hi,

    Thank you for using Windows 10.

    I would like to inform you that Runtime Broker is a Windows process in Task Manager that helps manage permissions on your PC for apps from Windows Store. It should only use a few megabytes of memory, but in some cases, a faulty app might cause Runtime Broker to
    use up to a gigabyte of RAM or more.

    If your RAM use is high and your PC is running slowly, an app may be the cause of the problem. If it’s using more than 15% of your memory, you probably have an issue with an app on your PC. To stop Runtime Broker from using so much memory, select
    Runtime Broker in the list, select End task to close Runtime Broker, and then restart your computer.

    • Let us know which all apps are open at the moment when you see the memory high.
    I would suggest you to run the System maintenance troubleshooter and check if it helps.

    Follow the steps:

    a: Press the
    Windows key and click on Settings.

    b: Type Troubleshooting
    and select troubleshooting.

    c. Click View all on the left pane of the screen.

    d: Click on
    System maintenance
    .

    e: Click Next and follow the on-screen instructions.

    You may also try setting the priority of the service as low and check. Here is the steps:

    • Open the Task manager. Here’s a tip: Press CTRL+Shift+ESC
      or Right click on task bar and select Task manager.
    • Go to Details tab.
    • Locate Runtimebroker.exe and right click on that, click on
      Set priority, choose low from the drop down menu.
    • Click on Change priority.

    To make sure your system is not affected, you may also run Windows Defender and check.

    You may run Offline defender also. See the link:
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/what-is-windows-defender-offline

    Disclaimer: Data or files which are infected by malware/virus might be beyond cleaning and have to be deleted entirely to maintain the integrity of your system, which means there might be a potential for data loss.

    Hope it helps. Let us know if you need more information and we'll be happy to assist.

    Have a great day.

     
    Navneet Anand, Jun 30, 2020
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