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Windows 10 Task Manager bug

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Can somebody tell me what is going on with my PC? I took some screenshot for better description.

 

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So I just noticed that something is using my internet connection but when I look at the processes to see what it is, it shows 0%.

 

I currently play PUBG, help me get chicken dinner xD

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Probably phoning home to MS sending "telemetry"

I've noticed this on a testbed system at work as well. Task Manager is no longer accurate when it comes to everything the system is doing. We are looking into other task managers with more detail

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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1 minute ago, Radium_Angel said:

Probably phoning home to MS sending "telemetry"

I've noticed this on a testbed system at work as well. Task Manager is no longer accurate when it comes to everything the system is doing. We are looking into other task managers with more detail

I just notice this on the current version, the last version(which I don't recall) has a properly working Task Manager. The latest doesn't show any signs of network usage at processes at all.

I currently play PUBG, help me get chicken dinner xD

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yeah , welcome to windows 10. where the features are made up and your data usage doesn't matter

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Of course, you can always sort by network utilization and see what might show up.

But to agree with emosun, Win10 isn't telling you the truth about what's going on

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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btw you'll also notice your disk is at 100% too so they are either loading or unloading your machine with something

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Have you scrolled down the list to see what else might be using network resources?

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16 minutes ago, Jamiec1130 said:

Have you scrolled down the list to see what else might be using network resources?

This, and it is probably downloading the Fall Creators Update.

 

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23 minutes ago, Jamiec1130 said:

Have you scrolled down the list to see what else might be using network resources?

i tried sorting it out but all of them are 0% usage on network.

I currently play PUBG, help me get chicken dinner xD

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.NET Runtime Optimization is execute by a .NET program that was recently installed on your system or updated. More specifically, when the .NET redistribute was updated it on your system. You can read more on it here: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/davidnotario/2005/04/27/what-is-mscorsvw-exe-and-why-is-it-eating-up-my-cpu-what-is-this-new-clr-optimization-service/

 

For network, open the old Resource Monitor, and go under Network tab. You should see all the processes that consume the internet.

 

Windows telemetry are small data transfer that is sent every now and then (beside crash report and BSOD dumps). Just a few kb's here and there... probably once a day... mostly the line in your network will be at 0.

 

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