Windows Modules Installer Worker High CPU in Windows 10

Windows Modules Installer Worker is a type of error in windows 10 which is resolved here in this article.

Are you wondering why your system gets slower some times?

Are you using Windows 8.1 or 10?

If yes, then the problem can be your Windows Modules Installer Worker.

What is Windows Modules Installer Worker

A Windows Modular Installer Worker is responsible for updating Windows Modules, Operating system updates and some components of it. The updating process is started by Trust Installer Service. Windows Modules Installer Worker’s technical name is  TiWorker.exe. Windows Modules Installer Worker is a system process. So it decreases the work efficiency and speed of the system. Short form of Windows Modules Installer Worker is (WMIW).

Windows Modular Installer Worker High CPU

Windows Modular Installer Worker uses a high CPU because it is a system process. If a system process is using some resources then other tasks have to wait until it completes his task. So sometimes it takes approx. 50% to 100% of the CPU resources. You can easily check it on the Windows Task Manager. It is common in Windows 10. After reaching 100% it gives error as 100% Disk Usage in Windows 10.When all computer resources are occupied, other applications run in a slow way or it is just stopped.

Now the question arises when this Windows Modular Installer Worker starts

As we know this is a system process, So it starts when system checks for new updates and starts to install new updates in the Windows PC.  Sometimes it works smoothly and doesn’t affect the speed of the computer.

When Windows Modular Installer Worker uses High Disk?

Yes, Windows Modular Installer Worker uses high disk. When the system process corrupts, then it gives high CPU usage issues, or it also creates 100% disk usage.  When there is a constant search of updates by Windows Modules Installer Worker occurs then a High CPU load happens. 

When Windows are updating itself?

According to Microsoft, Windows operating system updates are set to be installed at night because most peoples work in day time if system updates take place in day time it will irritate them. So Microsoft decided to set updates for the operating system that should take place at night. But at night our computers are also turned off. 

So whenever we start the system it tries to check for the update. It takes a really high load on our CPU so it reduces the speed of the system.

How much time does it take to update?

It usually takes enough time, according to your internet speed and installation process time after combing it will take approx one hour. When Windows Modules Installer Worker updates are taking place it becomes nonresponsive in task manager and causes high CPU use.

Is this possible to fix Windows Modules Installer Worker High CPU in Windows 10?

Yes, You can easily fix Windows Modules Installer Worker High CPU in Windows 10. There are a lot of methods to resolve this error. Try any one method if one method doesn’t work then try another. It will 100% solve your problem.  Using Windows Modular Installer Worker operating system updates itself and fixes bugs in it.

Some Best methods are mentioned below to solve Windows Modules Installer Worker uses High CPU in Windows 10 are-

Method 1. Windows Update Troubleshooter

Method 2. System File Checker Tool (it is used to Scan And Fix Corrupted System Files of the system) 

Method 3. Change Automatic Windows Updates to Manual Updates

Method 4: Fix tiworker.exe

Method 5. Removing SoftwareDistribution Folder and refresh Windows Update

Method 6.Restart Windows Update Service

Method 7. Use DISM Tool To Find And Fix Windows Corruptions

Method 1.Windows Update Troubleshooter

Windows Modules Installer Worker

This is the easiest method to solve this error. Windows Update Troubleshooter automatically troubleshoot all problems similar to Windows Update. It is suggested by Microsoft experts.

How to use it?

First step:-Go to the control panel 

Second Step:-  Go to the Troubleshooting option 

Third Step:- View all (it is in the left panel)

Fourth Step:- Click on the Windows Update.

After clicking on Windows Update Troubleshooter option, it will give u options then you just have to tap on “Next” button and do according to the instructions given on the screen. It will automatically resolve all issues of your Windows Update

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