I have noticed that from some time my system is freezing and its probably caused by the high CPU usage which is caused by the system process.
All applications I'm running is the Skype, TeamSpeak and Chrome so it definately shouldnt eat that amount of CPU.
You can see the problem itself and running processes in the screenshoot below:
(I cant post the images due to the low reputation amount, so if anyone could edit my post with the image posted below would be nice ).
Sometimes CPU usage is reaching 90%, but the average usage is like 40-65%.
My PC parameters:
- Windows 8 (customer preview)
- Intel Core i3 - 2350M
- 8 GB RAM
I'd appreciate any help attempt ! Regards.
As the user below posted a great answer, I have noticed that the process that is eating the most CPU in the system is called
Arthurx.sys, simple google tells that it's a TPLink driver (an wifi adapter, I have bought like 2 weeks ago!) drivers has been installed from the Windows MSDN, but also tried to install the drivers from the attached CD, but it doesn't help. From the system start, it is using like 5% of the CPU only, but after 2-4 hours of working it is growing up and reaching 40-60% of the CPU usage.