If the fan (fan / cooler) starts to make noise due to the high speed of rotation he has reached in an attempt to cool down processor (CPU), it's time to look in Task Manager and check what the CPU resources are all about.
Windows Modules Installer Worker, also known as the executable TiWorker.exe, is one of the Windows system processes, which occasionally gives users a headache. If you see Windows Modules Installer Worker (TiWorker.exe ) in Task Manager, you have no reason to worry or think like this it could be a virus.
It's a process that's part of the operating system Windows 10, and deals with the modification, installing si removing updates si optional components on Windows. "Enables installation, modification, and removal of Windows updates and optional components". So he has a close connection with Windows Updates and optional items from Windows Features.
Windows 10 automatically installs updates in the background using Windows Upadates only, but if you want to uninstall an update or install / remove a Windows Features component, running Windows Installer Worker is normal. It will be visible in the Task Manager on the "Processes" tab, while at the "Details" tab we will see TiWorker.exe.
Unfortunately, it's normal that the Windows Modules Installer Worker process consumes more resources at a time CPU and Disk. The good news is that this process ceases to run as soon as it completes one of the operations for which it was activated and which we talked about above.
The running time of the process will depend on CPU speed, hard disk space, and performance. On SSD systems, the "Windows Modules Installer Worker" appears very rarely top usage disk.
The "Windows Modules Installer Worker" process can be permanently disabled, but we do not recommend doing so because it would imply that Windows 10 updates can not be correctly installed. The Windows Installer service was affected by the Windows Update service. Essential services for the stability and security of the Windows operating system.
Exposure to ransomware viruses or of exploits, it is clearly a much more serious problem than the CPU and Disk resources of Windows Modules Installer Worker for a limited time.