One of the reasons for “Brakes” is that the SuperFetch host service loads the Windows 10 drive. In this article, we will analyze what kind of service this is and how to solve the problems encountered with it. SuperFetch: what is this service Windows 10 is a redesigned system that handles everyday tasks better, but it is based on previous technologies. There are basic features related to XP and later. These functions include SuperFetch (super selection), which has existed for a sufficient number of years, but still plays a role in the modern OS. The superfetch feature was originally introduced in Vista, and was a follower of PreFetch. The SuperFetch process analyzes your system, in particular RAM, to create a profile of the programs that the user starts most often.
When you use Windows 10, the superfetch gradually finds out what you start most often, and preloads the elements of these applications into RAM, for faster download later. The main purpose of the function is to accelerate the loading of applications from the HDD. Users with SSDs will not receive a noticeable improvement, since SuperFetch does not load applications into RAM if an SSD is detected in the system. However, the function is activated by default. If you have HDD and SSD in your system, then optimization will be performed for the HDD without interfering with the operation of the SSD. SuperFetch Node Service Issues Problems with service host superfetch are identified in the Windows 10 task manager. The tab “Processes” shows the disk load at 100%. Sorting by load, users understand that the SuperFetch host service is at fault. At the same time, not only the disk can be loaded, but also the processor and RAM. Like other functions, superfetching can be wrong, causing more problems than good. SuperFetch in Windows 10 always runs in the background and uses system resources such as processor, RAM , HDD. If your resources are weak, then the included superfetch can slow down the PC as a whole.
The SuperFetch host service might overdo it a bit with preloading. As a result of this, there is a slowdown when loading Windows 10. In this case, the HDD is forced to load a bunch of applications before the OS can load the system applications and services normally. This may be useful if you intend to run all of these applications. Otherwise, the operation of superfetch will slow down the computer. One of the common problems is that the SuperFetch service in Windows 10 loads the disk and the processor, more often when working with heavy programs and games. Particular problems are relevant for systems with less than 4 GB of RAM. When working with superfetch, in such cases there are “lags” in the functioning of heavy applications and games. Disabling the SuperFetch Service If you are experiencing problems with the disk load caused by SuperFetch, then it is recommended to disable it.
There are several ways to disable SuperFetch on Windows 10. For example, consider one way, do the following: Use the Win + S button combination to start the OS search. Type the word “Services”, select the found object. In the list of services, find SuperFetch. Click on it with RMB, choosing “Stop”. So that the next time you start Windows 10, the superfetch site service does not start, right-click on it again and select “Properties”. Please note that the true name of the SysMain service. In the startup type section, select “Disabled”. Do not forget to click OK. Now you know what the SuperFetch service is and what problems it can create. The most common nuisance is excessive disk loading. You can always solve the problem by stopping the super fetch service.