uTorrent in this mix.

This changes everything that we would normally consider and suggest. We know that torrents are used, more often than not, for downloading and sharing copyrighted and pirated files and forum policy does not permit us to discuss that, but that leaves your system open to attack from virus or malware ridden files. The fact that explorer.exe pops up as using so much cpu usage is often a sign that the system is infected. Chrome might be in use if it is your default browser for downloading more malicious content without you knowing it.

Your bets bet is to ditch uTorrnet and all the files it has downloaded, scan your system with your anti-virus then again with the free versions of Malwarebytes Anti-malware and SUPERAntiSpyware.

But until you move on from using P2P and torrent sites you will find little other help in these forums.

Mark