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    Default Runtime Broker Using High CPU

    Hi guys, Is there any way to stop runtimebroker.exe? It's eating about 30 - 40 % of CPU.
    I can't use the computer when it occur. How to get release from these problem?
    plzz help..

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    Obviously there have few ways to stop runtimebroker.exe. Which version of windows are you currently using? If windows 10 then follow this article-
    Here you'll get 4-5 methods.


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