[SOLVED] Network Store Interface Service taking up more than 35% of CPU.

WildPeace007

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Hello guys, I recently updated to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1. Now, as soon as I log into the OS, WMIProviderHost takes up a lot of CPU. I tried all sorts of solutions like opening Event Viewer and finding out which services are causing errors, but I couldn't find any of the service's PID in Task Manager, so I did some troubleshooting and found out that if i disable NSI, WMIProviderHost doesn't take up that much of CPU, but if I disable NSI, I can't use WiFi.
I have the latest drivers for all the networking devices.
So, is there a way to have WiFi with NSI disabled or is there any other way to make WMIProviderHost take up less CPU?
Laptop specs:
DELL Inspiron 15 3521
CPU : Core i5-3337U
RAM : 6 GB
HDD : 500GB 5400RPM
 
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