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CPU reads 100%

Hi . Please help . My Organizer stalls . I press ctrl alt and delete and task page comes up saying cpu 100 % . It is happening more regularly .\ Can you please help .
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Check what programs are taking up the most CPU resources, i.e. invoke the Windows Task Manager (use Ctrl + Shift + Escape or Ctrl + Alt + Delete, or simply right click on the Task Bar and select the option).

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This happens most of the time because of the SVHOST.exe

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