Several processes are required for your computer to function properly, and most of them are imperceptible. However, if you notice that your PC is running slowly, maybe the Windows Modules Installer Worker is to blame.
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FreeGameGuide now shows what this process is and its importance. Also, find out if you can — or should — turn it off.
What is Windows Modules Installer Worker?
The Windows Modules Installer Worker is responsible for keeping the operating system up to date. It searches, downloads and installs the latest driver versions, ensuring better performance and security for your computer.
While it is running, the CPU directs many resources to it, generating slowdowns and preventing the correct functioning of the system and programs.
Can I deactivate?
The computer allocates most of its resources for the download and installation to complete quickly. After completion, the computer returns to normal operation, so it is not recommended to disable the process.
However, it is possible to pause automatic updates and prevent the Windows Modules Installer Worker from running for a period of time.
What to do if the system update is taking too long?
If your computer remains slow for a long time during the update, it’s important to verify that there are no problems.