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Imagine a situation in which your system slows down day after day until it reaches a stage where it occasionally almost freezes. As with most times when your system slows down, check the Task Manager. This indicates that some processes are overloading the system so that hard disk usage reaches 100%.
If the situation occurs gradually, rather than suddenly, there is a good chance that the process CSISYNCCLIENT.EXE is using a lot of system memory. This, of course, can be checked.
What causes CSISYNCCLIENT.EXE to have a high CPU usage?
- Software incompatibility
- Registry entries corruption
How to eliminate CSISYNCCLIENT.EXE high CPU load?
Perform a system restore
- Press the Windows logo key + R to open the launch window.
- Type rstrui.exe in the Run dialog box and press Enter to launch the system restore utility.
- Click Next. If System Restore recommends that you restore your computer to the restore point selected automatically in this screen, select the Select another restore point option and click Next.
- Click the desired restore point in the list to select it, then click Next.
- Be sure to select a recovery point that was created long before the strange circle appeared on your desktop.
- In the Confirm recovery point screen, click Done.
- In the dialog box that appears, click Yes to begin restoring your system.
Install any available Windows updates for your computer
- Open the Start menu, click Settings, click Update and security, click Windows Update in the left pane, and then click Check for updates in the right pane.
- Wait for Windows Update to search for available updates for your computer.
- Download and install all available Windows updates for your computer.
- Reboot your computer and see if the problem persists when your computer starts up.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Reboot your system.
- Stop or restart processes.
- Update the drivers.
- Check for malware.
- Power options.
- Find specific instructions online.
- Reinstall Windows.
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- Turn off unnecessary processes.
- Defragment of the hard drives of affected computers regularly.
- Don't run too many programs at the same time.
- Remove all unnecessary programs from your computer.