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High disk usage (95 up to 100%): limit of Windows 8?

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#1 eusebio


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Posted 17 June 2014 - 10:15 AM

Greetings to anybody is reading.

First of all, I apologize for my poor English.

The topic I'd like to begin is about a problem that, I've red in the Web, a lot of users have met in Windows 8: a high disk usage which make the pc more and more slow. And it's happen without any program is running. Just the services and something else of Windows itself.

Somebody says to unable some services like Superfetch and Windows Search.

Somebody else says to increase the virtual memory.

Somebody else says to unable some scheduling task, as defrag the HDD.

I'd like to know your opinion, because I think you are members of a very serious website.


Best regards to everybody.


Roberto from northern Italy.


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#2 joshmartin


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Posted 17 June 2014 - 01:36 PM

Can you screenshot the task manager showing the processes running so I can see this high disk usage? Or even some logs to support timeouts etc.

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