cpu my cpu is always at 100 percent usage and i dont know why
Window manager plus the snip and sketch I would ask why have them running if you want to play a game ?
Windows by default will always load a huge number of background tasks etc. It kinda seems like Microsoft think people run windows only and nothing else.
I would not use one of those apps found online that adjust all the settings for windows in a one click scenario but do look at them and learn what is fine to actually switch off etc.
I am also using an AMD but the 5900x and on occasion my CPU will jump to 100% buit generally only for a moment like opening a webpage I have never been to before etc.
Myself I have around 90% of all start up items disabled. with the windows services again with a little research I disabled maybe 25-30% of them as they were simply not needed.
My CPU in general sits at around 1% 2% utilization until I launch an app that requires cpu. I monitor my CPU GPU temps Hotspot on memory MB temps etc etc with the sensor package and a second mini screen with Aida 64. and right now typing this response my CPU is stable at 1% usage. Merely an open webpage and typing a message.
I also noticed you have AVG virus engine running ? Windows defender is maybe the one real improvement windows have created these last years and I only use the windows defender now for about 5 years and never an issue or a conflict.
It seems you installed the AVG or you have a purchased PC with a ton of preloaded junk which you might need to sort out??? it is unclear from your post.
Many anti virus apps as AVG will jump into action when you open something simple as a text file..just try disabling the AVG suite and use the built in Windows defender and see what you CPU usage is would be my first suggestion
Check your start up items things that load at boot and also the windows services that are running. Lots of items that are switched on by default you can safely switch off but use the web to double check if unsure.
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