wmi provider host

WMI Provider Host process, also known as Windows Management Instrumentation, which you can find in Task Manager and runs at the background of the windows system. It provides information on computers to other applications. This host process is usually seen in a high CPU usage list at the top and normally does not work for many system resources.  Sometimes this process works at a good position in windows, which does not require disabling it.

However, the Windows operating system will break down at some point and does not run correctly. So WMI provider host is an important part that can stop temporary for using high CPU processes. It is better that you identify the actual process that causes WMI provider host to use more CPU. Once it found, you can disable, update, or remove that process. Applying our method will not remove WMI from your windows system, but it will stop temporary, and whenever actual windows based software runs, it starts supporting it.

What is WMI Provider Host?

WMI provider host is a process that helps to request information for administrative scripts and to conform to standard software for windows operating system. It provides information about the state of commands or software through the event log and also requests from an installed application data. For example, if any information is required by commands or software about Boot Configuration Data (BCD) provides, then it will appear as event log entries which includes WMI provider. The main function of WMI service is that it helps most of the Windows-based software to function properly.

Due to high CPU usage, Windows 10 system is getting slow even the hardware is highly updated with a minimum 8 GB ram and latest generation processor. It does not seem right and can cause more harm to your system if you do nothing about it. We provide the solution only after you understand what the problem is and why this problem occurs where there is no place for it on the Windows system.

How To Fix WMI Provider Host High CPU Usage By Safe Mode Boot

Step #1. Open the “Run” application from your windows system; you can use the keyboard Windows + R key, and run program box will pop-up on the screen. Here you need to type “MSConfig” and then press “enter.”

Step #2. The system configures setting will appear on the screen, click on “Boot” in the tab column, and then tick box “Safe boot.” You need to select the “Network” form option and then click the “Apply” button then “OK” button. It will save all your changes made at this step.

Note: Before you go to the next step, check all your data & files are saved.

Step #3. At this stage, your system will restart for that click “Restart” button and also tick the box “Don’t show this message again.”

Step #4. Once you are into Safe Mode, press “Windows + X” from the keyboard. Then click on “Windows PowerShell (Admin)” from the option.

Step #5. Type “msdt.exe –id MaintenanceDiagnostic” command and press “Enter.” Troubleshoot windows will pop-up on the screen; only click the “Next” button.

Step #6. If any problem occurs, then repair it by following instructions. Now type “msdt.exe /id PerformaceDiagnostic” in PowerShell window and press “Enter.” A troubleshot window performance will pop-up; only click on the “Next” button as shown in the screenshot.

Step #7. If you get a notification, “Something needs to be changed in your system,” you have to make some changes once the troubleshooting process completed. Boot to healthy mood and then repeat step #1 and un-tick “Safe boot” in the “Boot” tab. Click the “Apply” button then “OK” button; it will save all your changes and exit.

At last, restart your PC into normal mode, and you will see that High CPU usage processes are a no longer threat.

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