Windows 10 Offline files high CPU usage

Hi,

on my laptop, I have some folders from my NAS as offline files marked so I can have access when I am not at the office.

But every time I am in the office and fire up the laptop the CPU goes up to 80% for more than an hour. And after that, it stays at constant 20%.

That makes working very slow. I have an i7 cpu so that should not be the problem. This also happens either I am connected via wifi or ethernet.

Is there an option to limit the cpu to this task?

Thanks,

Moved from Windows / Windows 10 / Files, folders, & storage

 

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Last updated June 3, 2020 Views 6,203 Applies to:
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Open Start, type: CMD
Right click CMD
Click Run as administrator

Type: powercfg -restoredefaultschemes
Hit Enter
Exit

Press Windows key + X
Click Power Options
Click Additional power settings

Click Change plan settings -> change advanced power settings > processor power management -> processor idle disable -> Enable idle.
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Do you know what service is causing the CPU high usage?
To find out when this happens right click your task bar select task manager.
Make sure more details is shown.
Go to Details tab and filter by CPU.
Look to see what process is the highest.
Let me know the name of the process and we can troubleshoot from there.

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