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  1. dpqbg Win User

    Why Service Host: Superfetch is consuming a lot of Disk resources every time windows is...


    Why Service Host: Superfetch is consuming a lot of Disk resources every time windows is starting up? How to solve this?


    This happens every time I turn on my computer or after a restart.


    Note that:

    Windows 10 pro (64-bit) is up to date.

    No issues with hardware.

    Intel Core i7-3820 CPU @ 3.60GHz - 16 GB DDR3 - 1TB HDD

    :)
     
    dpqbg, Jan 18, 2019
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  2. Window 10 Service Host Superfetch

    I thought I had disabled superfetch in the past but after the last windows 10 update, it is appearing again as service host superfetch. When I disabled it thought it was just superfetch (w/o service host). When I click on properties, it is just showing
    svchost.exe. This is scary as it doesn't even show superfetch. Does superfetch run even when it was disabled previously?
     
    Mick Kassem, Jan 18, 2019
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  3. service host superfetch is causing problems

    Service host superfetch is using using a lot of memory and slowing down my computer since I installed the latest Windows10 upgrade-how can I fix this issue.
     
    MichaelRuxton, Jan 18, 2019
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  4. windows41 Win User

    Why Service Host: Superfetch is consuming a lot of Disk resources every time windows is...

    Service host: local system continuous 100% disk usage

    There are many ways to fix this issue, One of most working here is -

    Fix via Disable Superfetch Service

    • Just press windows + R.
    • Now type services.msc” command.
    • now find “Superfetch”.
    • Edit Superfetch clicking on property.
    • Now “Stop” for stopping the service superfetch service.
    • Superfetch to be Disabled
    • and apply

    You can try manually with more ways.

    https://www.howtoseeks.org/service-host-local-system-high-disk/

    Thanks
     
    windows41, Jan 18, 2019
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  5. Troy Minor New Member
    Microsoft renamed Superfetch to SysMain with the October update.
     
    Troy Minor, Feb 11, 2019
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