When you own a PC to perform multi-tasking on it, you may never want it to respond laggy. Same implies to users who are frustrated by .NET Runtime Optimization Service High CPU error. Because this issue causes your system to perform tasks in slow processing speed.
So for users who are frustrated by this problem, I’m here to help. I’ll introduce you to the 3 Best Ways to Fix .NET Runtime Optimization Service High CPU. Because when I faced this error on my machine, it annoyed me a lot, so I don’t want others to face the same frustrating situation.
3 Best Ways To Fix .NET Runtime Optimization Service High CPU
Enhance the .NET Framework
- Type “CMD” in the search bar and click on “Run as administrator”
- Execute the following commands, depending upon the nature of your operating system.
- 32 bit: cd c:WindowsMicrosoft.NETFrameworkv4.0.30319
- 64 bit: cd c:WindowsMicrosoft.NETFramework64v4.0.30319
- In my case, it’s 64 bit Windows OS, so I’ll execute the command as shown in the screenshot below
- Once the command is executed, open the task manager and check if the error is solved or not.
Reset NVIDIA WMI Provider/Telemetry Container
- Open the “Services” app via the Cortana bar.
- Now from the left-side panel, locate NVIDIA WMI Provider or Telemetry Container.
- When you’ve located the utility, right-click on it and select it.
- Click on the “Restart” link that’s available right beneath on the utility’s name on the right menu.
- Close the Services app and reboot your PC.
Scan and Remove Virus from Windows
There are cases when the .NET Runtime Optimization Service High CPU error is just caused by malware. So if nothing seems to work for you so far, its time you scan your PC for viruses. There are plenty of good services which you get from the internet like Malwarebytes, Mcafee, Norton, etc. After installing an antivirus, scan your PC and if you are asked to give permissions to remove a virus, just do it, because it’s for your own good.
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