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How to disable WMIPRVSE.exe safely?


Date: 13 Jun 2013   Posted By: Jebaprincy     Group: Software & Apps    Category: Software   

Nearly 50 percentage of CPU power is consumed by WMIPRVSE.exe. I like to disable it. How can I disable it safely? Can you please explain me the procedure to safely disable it? Thanks!

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Author: [Anonymous]    16 Jun 2013      Member Level: Gold     Points : 8  (Rs 8)    Voting Score: 0

Wmiprvse.exe is one of the executable files in Windows OS and this file function as the 'Windows Management Instrumentation Provider Service' which perform for monitoring system functions and reporting essential error. This file normally exist at C:\WINDOWS\System32\Wbem and major virus may come with the same file name too.

How to disable Wmiprvse.exe

Go to 'Start Task Manager' or Press 'Ctrl+Alt+Delete' key to get the Windows Logon menu and click 'Start Task Manager.' Another option is, you can do it by right click on the taskbar and select 'Start Task Manager' from the context menu.

Click on 'Processes' tab in the Windows Task Manager window.

Check the following and select 'Wmiprvse.exe' in the process list and click 'End Process'.

The next step is, click on 'End Process' again when it ask to re-confirm for the process of Wmiprvse.exe.

Now you have to take one more additional step for it. Click on the Windows "Start" button, and go to Search option for getting "services.msc". The Services window will appear.

Double click the 'Windows Management Instrumentation' service.

Here you will get one option as 'Stop', you can click the 'Stop' button in the Windows Management Instrumentation Properties window. Click 'Yes' on next option as well. Now close the windows, now you have disable Wmiprvse.exe files.





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