Definition of Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry and its purpose.
Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry is a process that some Windows users find running on their computers and causing high CPU or disk usage.
The executable file is enabled to run by default; however, the user can disable CompatTelRunner.exe any time.
What is Microsoft compatibility telemetry high CPU?
Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry is a process that some Windows users find running on their computers and causing high CPU or disk usage. Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry does so by scanning computer files and check their compatibility with Windows 10 in case an update is initiated.
How do I stop Microsoft compatibility telemetry?
Option 3. Use Task Scheduler to disable the process
- Press Windows key and R at the same time. In the Run window, type taskschd.msc and press Enter.
- Task Scheduler will be opened for you.
- Right-click on the following programs and Disable them: AITAgent, Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser, ProgramDataUpdater.
Should I disable telemetry Windows 10?
Unfortunately, Microsoft has provided no way to disable it completely using the Settings app for Home and Pro editions of Windows 10. Only Enterprise users can turn it off. Here is a solution for editions other than Enterprise to disable Telemetry and Data Collection in Windows 10.
What is CompatTelRunner EXE Microsoft compatibility telemetry?
Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry (CompatTelRunner.exe) is a service that is responsible for gathering telemetry and diagnostics data from your computer; it’s being installed with update KB2952664.
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