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  • Diagnostic Policy Service high CPU 33%

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    Home Forums AskWoody support Windows Windows 10 Windows 10 version 1909 – November 2019 Update Diagnostic Policy Service high CPU 33%

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        I have Googled the high CPU usage with the Diagnostic Policy Service in Windows 10 and found several articles dealing with this. It appears to be a familiar issue with many users. The fix suggests stopping the Policy service, deleting the SRUDB.dat and then restarting your computer and supposedly problem solved. This doesn’t work for me. Can anyone shed some light on how I can lower the burden on my CPU from this service?

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