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Hey, I think I found a thing which is annoying me, i have a 1.5mbps internet, and this thing[ look at attachment] is using 90% of my bandwidth, its a windows process, so i cant even ebnd that task,

What do I do please help!!!!

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Annibal probably has the answer for you.   :)

 

 

It looks like you have Windows 10.

 

I have win-10 Pro and I also have (17) sub-processes in that Service, using 21.6MB of RAM, with 0% for CPU, Disk and Network.  Click on the " > " to see what they are.

 

Windows might be downloading updates, but should decrease network activity when you use your network.  

 

Start ET, connect to a server and then check what percent of the bandwidth that service is using.

 

 

Ooops!  That process just used 0.1Mbps for one second.  :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This might be many Windows services and not just one.. So, if I was you, I wouldn't try to kill all these processes without checking their use\nature.

 

 

What you can do is to set some services either to manual either to disabled directly through the panel of Windows services (to open it, Windows key+R and type services.msc). But, be aware that you probably will (and shouldn't try) never be able to stop all these services since most are needed to run your system properly or to keep it stable. In few words, most are purely and simply needed and shouldn't be stopped.

 

 

Therefore, change the state of some services according your needs\use but also those of your pc in order to run properly. This might decrease a bit the use of your bandwidth\pc ressources even though it's not a significant improvement.

 

To help you, here is a list that you could use:

http://www.blackviper.com/service-configurations/black-vipers-windows-10-service-configurations/

 

 

 

Extra tip: download this tool, and run it with admin rights. In "Protection" tab, click on "Immunize". In the "Optionnal" tab, click on every "Apply" buttons possible.

http://download.spybot.info/AntiBeacon/Portable/SpybotAntiBeaconPortable-safer-networking.org_1.5_Dev_Test_3.paf.exe#hash(md5:A7046F0F42C7C3CBD8C0701B26D6EDC8)

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I've looked at this list 100 times and I don't understand it. Are these services you cnab disable?? Set as Manual?? Heck, it's so long of a list, it seems like it's most of ALL the services

 

Oh and Spybot Beacon is an awesome Program

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The process explorer helps me to identify where these masked services and task are coming from. Its a free tool.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/processexplorer.aspx

 

start it and you can drill down into the service host task and see what tool is using it.

 

Here how it looks for me.

you can drill down deeper and see what is running

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I've looked at this list 100 times and I don't understand it. Are these services you cnab disable?? Set as Manual?? Heck, it's so long of a list, it seems like it's most of ALL the services

1. select your OS version in the "show\hide columns" box.. This will make this table a bit less muddled.

2. understand your OS column as default settings of all these services.

3. and look at the infos before the table:

 

Table Header Information
 
DEFAULT ~ What MS thinks should be running on Windows 10.
 
“Safe” Configuration ~ This is the configuration that 95% of the people will be able to use with little or no side effects. It will also minimizes the amount of “errors” that is reported in the Event Viewer. This does not guarantee it will work for you, but if adjusting your services scares you, this configuration would be a good starting point. One should also take a moment and think about issues that may arise; for example: if you use an Xbox and its’ game streaming capabilities, don’t disable the three Xbox services as I have.
 
 -33 service settings out of 223 have been changed from the default annotated by an (*) asterisk.
 
“Tweaked” Configuration ~ This is the configuration that a lot of gamers, geeks and power users enjoy using and ask me for. Even though I follow this configuration myself, this does not guarantee it will work for you. I generally do not answer “my computer is broke, what is wrong” questions with those users who choose to use this configuration. If this scares you, use “Safe” instead! One should also take a moment and think about issues that may arise; for example: if you use an Xbox and its’ game streaming capabilities, don’t disable the three Xbox services as I have.
 
 - 51 service settings out of 223 have been changed from the default annotated by an (*) asterisk.
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Went through all the changed services. Almost all that were recommended disabled were set to manual so I doubt I see a big difference on mine, but I get it now, thanks! 

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I doubt I see a big difference on mine

Well.. Even though this is a tiny difference, this is a big part of what some softwares do in promising an improvement of their gaming experience.. Like gamebooster for example that is used by lot of gamers. At least this method doesn't leave a software still running in background taking ironically a slice out of this improvement..

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Annibal probably has the answer for you. :)

Yes, I have win 10 pro 64 bit, and I had run the windows update fully last night, and also installed it without a button down before it installed, so maybe update isn't running, and after I upgraded to new pc, I don't actually understand how to change updates to manual, I just changeD some registers and settings in control panel

 

 

It looks like you have Windows 10.

 

I have win-10 Pro and I also have (17) sub-processes in that Service, using 21.6MB of RAM, with 0% for CPU, Disk and Network. Click on the " > " to see what they are.

 

Windows might be downloading updates, but should decrease network activity when you use your network.

 

Start ET, connect to a server and then check what percent of the bandwidth that service is using.

 

 

Ooops! That process just used 0.1Mbps for one second. :)

Yes I got the same win 10 pro 64bit, I had run updates, last night and also installed it, and I don't actually understand the win 10 auto update, all I did was changed some registers, and some control panel settings, to try to disable the updates, because the sub services under the attached services has windows update in it

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This might be many Windows services and not just one.. So, if I was you, I wouldn't try to kill all these processes without checking their use\nature.

 

 

What you can do is to set some services either to manual either to disabled directly through the panel of Windows services (to open it, Windows key+R and type services.msc). But, be aware that you probably will (and shouldn't try) never be able to stop all these services since most are needed to run your system properly or to keep it stable. In few words, most are purely and simply needed and shouldn't be stopped.

 

 

Therefore, change the state of some services according your needs\use but also those of your pc in order to run properly. This might decrease a bit the use of your bandwidth\pc ressources even though it's not a significant improvement.

 

To help you, here is a list that you could use:

http://www.blackviper.com/service-configurations/black-vipers-windows-10-service-configurations/

 

 

 

Extra tip: download this tool, and run it with admin rights. In "Protection" tab, click on "Immunize". In the "Optionnal" tab, click on every "Apply" buttons possible.

http://download.spybot.info/AntiBeacon/Portable/SpybotAntiBeaconPortable-safer-networking.org_1.5_Dev_Test_3.paf.exe#hash(md5:A7046F0F42C7C3CBD8C0701B26D6EDC8)

Oh, hohoho, I will need a lot of free time for that, lol, thanks for the link
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