Users of Windows 10 who have problems like sluggish response times may check their Task Manager for deoetails. You can find a variety of information about the processes that are currently active on your computer in Task Manager.
The disk use of your computer is one of the metrics you may track using Task Manager. Your machine’s disk use is maxed out if it reaches 100%, and your system’s performance will suffer as a result. You need to make some adjustments.
After upgrading to Windows 10, a lot of users have expressed frustration with their machines’ poor performance and Task Manager’s 100% disk utilization reading.
Here are 10 techniques you can apply to try and fix your Windows 10 system’s high disk use issue. Due of the strain and additional usage that your hard drive is already experiencing, some may take longer than usual.
- Restart Your System
- Update Windows
- Disable Windows Search
- Check For Malware
- Stop the Superfetch Service
- Change Energy Options from Balanced to High Performance
- Temporarily Turn Off Your Antivirus Software
- Reset Virtual Memory in Windows 10
- Run Check Disk
- Change Settings in Google Chrome and Skype