The Services and Controller App is a non-essential Windows file that always runs in the background. While no one knows exactly what it does, one thing is for certain: you will definitely know when it is damaged or defective.
This problem isn’t all that common, but it definitely hinders your ability to use your computer efficiently when it does happen. That is why we’ve created this step-by-step guide that will show you exactly what you need to do to fix this issue.
How do I fix Services and Controller App’s high CPU usage?
1. Uninstall Segurazo
- Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc
- This will open the Task Manager
- Go to the Processes tab
- Locate the process or a program called Segurazo
- If you find it running, right-click it and select End process
- Press Windows + R
- Type in control.exe
- This will open the Control Panel
- Go to Programs
- Select Uninstall a program
- Select Segurazo and uninstall it
Note: Not everyone has this program installed, so if you don’t see it in the Task Manager, then it isn’t the cause of your high CPU usage.
2. Disconnect any USB device
Check your USB devices and device manager if you can get there, and disconnect USB devices to see if the problem stops. This is especially the case if you have bootable USB devices or USB devices set with an autorun function.
- Press Start
- Type in services and open the Services app
- Scroll down to Windows Management Instrumentation
- Right-click and select Restart
- Press Start
- Select Settings
- Choose Personalization
- Go to the Background tab
- Check whether your Background setting is set to Slideshow
- If it is, change it to Picture or Solid Color
By following these steps, you should be able to stop the Services and Controller App from using a high amount of CPU, even when standing idly.
Which one of these fixes did you use to solve your problem? Leave us a message in the comments section below.
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