Microsoft had as of late released the KB4512941 update for Windows 10 that fixes various issues affecting Remote Desktop, Windows Sandbox and different parts of Windows 10.
In any case, a few clients are detailing that the SearchUI.exe procedure for Cortana is showing high CPU usage and spikes.
According to reports, clients are taking to internet social media, forums, and the Windows 10 Feedback Hub application to gripe about the built-in search tool in Windows 10 running into issues because of the most recent update.
A few clients detailed settling the issue in the wake of disabling that procedure. Others have settled it by uninstalling KB4512941.
On the other hand, those influenced by the issue, can uninstall the KB4512941 update by following the beneath steps:
- Go to Windows+I to open the Settings app and click the Update & security option.
- Now click the View update history option on the Update & security screen and click the Uninstall updates link on the next screen.
- Select the update (KB4512941), and then click the Uninstall button.
Microsoft is yet to recognize this issue, however, with the expanding number of grievances, all things considered, the organization is as of now investigating it.
“Microsoft has finally acknowledged the issue on the update’s official page. It claims only “a small number” of users are affected and states “This issue only occurs on devices that have disabled searching the web using Windows Desktop Search”. A fix is promised for mid-September. ” Microsoft Mentioned In Blog Post.