Windows Push Notification User Service_8a623 using 16.8% CPU

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  1. c69k

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    @cn555ic

    Cool info, thanx!!! I only tested with games started, 5 minutes and saw nothing ... I will definitely take a good look at this. This could be very big issue for many gamers on Windows 10.
     
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    5 minutes is too short. At least 30-45 minutes of gameplay.
     
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    LOL. How important is it to enable cancer services on your system just so you can use UWP filth timer app to cook rice?

    Why not just use another timer that doesn't let your PC be screwed up with Micro$lop UWP malware?
     
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    Cook rice! Lol
     
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    Hands down, I slept on this LOL and this moroning I definitely agree !!! All registries set to 4 and my smartphone will take care of rice cooking countdowns.
     
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    I definitely think Push services isn't needed at all for alarms and clocks app.
     
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    The only issue with disabling the windows push notification is when you get a windows update which happened yesterday to my machine, the tiles can’t be changed. I removed them and they would come back to before I even touched them. Anyone know the location where you have the setup of the tile start up menu is? I am making changes and it is not sticking. After a shuttting down the computer it’s back again. I think I will try a system restore and see if it works.
     
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    For me disabling it was pure joy as my laptop and gaming are smooth as silk afterwards.
     
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    And, it is still remains disabled for me as well. Another skanky Windoze OS X problem bites the dust.
     
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