It still doesn't tell me which individual service from the svchost is causing the 10% CPU usage. It only tells me which services are under that svchost, and it does not tell me which individual service under that svchost is causing the 10% cpu usage, or if each service is using a equal amount of CPU usage which adds up to 10%. It doesn't tell me any of that.
Here is the situation here.
I know that one of the many svchosts is taking up 10% cpu usage.
I know that this svchost controls many services.
What I do not know is which service within this svchost is causing the 10% cpu usage. It could be one service causing the 10% cpu usage, or it could be 10 services each using up 1% cpu usage thus adding to a 10% cpu usage. All I really ask for is for a way to find which service(s) is causing the 10% cpu usage, and not what services is controlled by the offending svchost.
Edited by signofzeta, 23 July 2014 - 02:24 AM.