Many users Windows 10 planned to excessive consumption of resources (HDD & CPU) consumed by "Update Orchestrator Service"
Before seeing how we can deactivate or escape this processor or processor load, let's see what it is and what the "Update Orchestrator Service" does.
The presence of this service in Windows 10 Task Manager it should not worry you. There are very few chances like one virus / malware to be present in the Task Manager with this name. Update Orchestrator Service (UsoSvc) is a the basic system of the system operating Windows 10, he running in the shared process svchost.exe and is dependent on Remote Procedure Call (RPC), unable to run without the latter. About svchost.exe We have talked before and I said that through it a series of services can be launched Windows. Windows Services. Update Orchestrator Service is one of these services, being run from% WinDir% \ system32 \usocore.dll.
What the Update Orchestrator Service does
As the name suggests, this service manages the updates Windows 10. Without starting this service, it will be impossible to install the latest updateof yours Windows 10. For this reason, we suggest that you never deactivate this service Windows 10. The time period in which this service pushes the processor (CPU) of a PC up to 100% or demands excessive hard disk, is limited. This usually happens on the period of an update in background or when it is verified integrity an update a Windows 10.
How can we deactivate / activate Update Orchestrator Service on Windows 10
Being a service of Windows 10, we will find this one in control Panel → Administration Tool → Services (or search for "services").
In the service list, we run up to "Update Orchestrator Service" and open the service options.
By default, this service starts manually, under “Local System". From the options panel, we can stop it "Stop" - it will start at the next request of Windows Update - or we can disable it altogether. We set “Startup type: Disabled"
We remind you that after you set this service to "disabled", the updates Windows 10 they will no longer be able to be installed on your operating system. You will no longer receive driver updates, security updates, or software updates. Therefore, we recommend that you leave it in the manual and interrupt it only if at some point you need all the system resources. Allowing the process to start after the first restart.