Superfetch is a service that is present in the Windows Operating System. According to many users, they are facing a high disk usage problem while working with Superfetch.
The majority of them reported that the service is consuming the maximum amount of memory. As a result, their system slows down and freezes frequently.
We are discussing here some effective solutions, so the Superfetch service can’t use your entire system resources. Just follow all of our instructions very carefully.
When you intend to run any applications on your computer, Superfetch triggers the launch time and makes your applications open much faster.
As discussed in the above section, this service can affect your Operating System if the disk usage remains 100%. So, if you are using Windows 10, then you must stop it as soon as possible.
Superfetch was first launched in Windows XP and still continuing with Windows 10. It preloads the programs in your system’s volatile memory that you use more frequently.
In doing so, you don’t have to load the application directly from the disk drive repeatedly, which takes a longer loading time.
If the Superfetch service is using up all of your system resources, then you have two ways to bring your computer back to its normal working condition. The ways are Service snap-in and Command Prompt.
In order to stop the Superfetch service, you need to follow the steps which are given below.
After performing this operation successfully, your Superfetch services are now disabled. However, you can enable it once again by repeating the same process but, selecting “Start” instead of “Stop”.
To turn off the Superfetch services with the help of Command Prompt, you need to follow all the instructions which are given below.
We hope the Superfetch service is now turned off on your computer.
There is also other third-party software that will help you to troubleshoot your computer and prevent Superfetch 100% disk usage. We recommend you to download such software from a secure site and run it to fix all disk problems effectively.