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Windows 7: CPU 100% Because of PreLauncher? Help!

22 Mar 2019   #1
mandingo714

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 
CPU 100% Because of PreLauncher? Help!

I was trying to load an app on my PC and I think I clicked on something that made half my apps and software programs run on Prelauncher. EXE is another clue which indicates what all my apps are described when I right click then Properties tab. Now my PC is on 100%. OH yeah, I cant restore either.


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22 Mar 2019   #2
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

What you mean by Prelauncher?
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23 Mar 2019   #3
mandingo714

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 
CPU 100% Because of PeLauncher?!!!

When I checked my CPU and processes on Task Manager, I noticed a bunch of my apps and proceeses where being contrloled by "PeLauncher" IT was under Image name. Also I moticed the ther icons and?or thumbnails of a bunch of apps was substitutes wth EXE> picture
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23 Mar 2019   #4
torchwood

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring
 
 

Hi

Dont know why your using that program, W7 has its own speed up start feature - the Prefetch file

You can also change the start-up of services during boot via System Config, or set them to either
Automatic/Automatic-delayed/manual or disabled via Admin tools - local services

Have a look at BlackVipers site for service settings.


Roy
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28 Mar 2019   #5
mandingo714

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 
CPU 100% Because of PeLauncher?!!!

Hey thanks.I have a these samples of solutions to try. I think Ill try all the oes you mentoned. Cause and effect... Ill keep you and anyone interested in the results.
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