It’s a good habit to actively patch Win10, but it’s not the only time it’s rolled over. This is not the case, the recent cumulative patch KB4512941 (version number 18362.329) has a strange high CPU usage again, sometimes even the menu, taskbar will be stuck. In fact, as long as you know where the problem lies, it’s not difficult to fix it at all.
Let’s first locate where the problem is, now it can be determined that the trouble is the search assistant Cortana, so the most likely to appear is related to the taskbar appears blank, the menu key can not open the problem. And deeper roots appear in the SearchUI.exe process, which usually runs in the background, disable Cortana will not cancel this process.
Some of you will say, it’s easy, just delete the KB4512941 patch, but that’s true, but it’s a big cumulative patch, involving a lot of commonly used features, such as Windows Defender anti-virus software, audio problems in some games, VB running problems, or quite important. So let’s start with the registry, we are not habitually press “Win + R” at the same time, type regedit and run it?
Locate “ComputerHKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionSearch”, find ” BingSearchEnabled”, change the value from 0 to 1, or just delete this key value. Then close the registry and restart it.