Question Windows 10 High disk usage, tried everything, no solution.

Sep 21, 2019
When the system boots and whenever i open a program the disk activity just spikes. Almost every time it reaches 100% but sometimes it just spikes to around 80 or 90% and then, after a few second it goes down. The high disk activity only lasts a few seconds but it is still really annoying, because the system lags or takes longer to open a program. I am also concerned that this issue is damaging my drive and reducing its lifespan. I tried every possible solution but nothing seems to work.. Here is the list of the things i tried:

-Disabling Windows Search, Windows Update, SysMain, BITS.
-Installing Windows latest Update
-Updating Drivers
- Checking disk for bad sectors
-Perform /diskchek
-Changing Power setting to Max Performance
-Uninstalling Skype
- Reset Virtual Memory
-Disabling Swap File
-Disabling Notifications
-Formating Drive and installing windows all over again
-Disabling defrag on task scheduler
-the StorAHCI thing on Registry Editor
-Disabling System Checkpoint Restore Point on task scheduler
-Disabling Prefetcher from RegEdit
-Changing Sata Port
-Changing Sata Cable

I also dont think it is a failing drive issue, as it doesnt have even one year of use and it doesnt have any bad sectors.

I would really appreciate if you could help me out. Here are the system specs:
-Intel Core i7 7700K
-Asus Nvidia GTX 1060 6Gb
-1X16GB RAM 2400Mhz
-Western Digital WDC WD10EZEX-21WN4A0
-The current version of my Windows 10 is 1903

Here are the photos of the resmon at startup and when opening Chrome
Opening Chrome: