|26 Dec 2012||#1|
What is considered a high SVCHost (MB) number? (Win 7 HP 64)
I got this computer about a year ago and I noticed with my SVCHost files I got about 12 (which is normal) but the one starts at 100mb when I turn on the computer and gets up to about 450mb. It doesn't slow down my computer or anything. But I was simply wondering is 450mb to high? Or does it just vary depending on your setup?
I also have a few various programs going including the MS Security Essentials and MS Firewall. Which I heard does increase it. I also know not to be worried unless SVCHost starts using alot of CPU, mines only at like 5%. I only have 8gigs of memory. Maybe I'll get more if possible. I run games fine though like Hitman Absolution and so on.
Thanks for any answers/help!
Sorry for the typo in the title. ^.^
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