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Runtime Broker

Posted on 2015.11.07 at 00:00
Current Location: 67114
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Who write this shit?

RuntimeBroker.exe is a safe Microsoft process included in Windows to assist with Windows Store app permissions. With a light system footprint of more or less 5,000 K of RAM being used, it does not affect performance.

RuntimeBroker.exe is triggered by Windows Store apps. If there are no Windows Store apps open, this process won't run.


Unsurprisingly, I narrowed down my THIRTY PERCENT CPU USAGE and ONE-HUNDRED PERCENT DISK UTILIZATION to this ass process. And I wasn't (nor do I ever, to my knowledge) run "Window Store apps." Ugh.

Kill it, and we're golden.

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Jobu
jobu121 at 2015-11-08 19:30 (UTC) (Link)
I also found Cortana running in the background. I have a PC not a phone or tablet. So I killed that shit too.

ehowton
ehowton at 2015-11-08 20:28 (UTC) (Link)
IKR? Apple is so stupid with their two different operating systems, I laugh out loud at Apple's asininity! LOLOLOL! Ain't nothing better than a full desktop O/S running on a phone - or better yet, a phone O/S running on a desktop! Wait...what?
Angel of Def, with my rhymes against humanity.
homunculus at 2015-11-09 15:21 (UTC) (Link)
lmao @ "a light system footprint of more or less 5,000 K of RAM being used..."
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