The culprit seems to be the Adobe flash player, a plugin to your browser. It is constantly checking for updates in both Windows 7 and 8, and eats a lot of CPU cycles. It would be nice if they'd fix that, but so far I haven't found a way to do that other than disabling it. If I disable it though, I get a whole lot of web sites wanting it to be enabled, not the least of which is the CNET forums.
windows 8 with 1 tarabite my cpu runs 30 to35% I think that's to high some programs freeze up what services is it safe to stop and if I stop them will thay stay inactive when start my pc again?also I would like to know what I can do to make my system faster? thanks