Many Windows 10 users are having some high CPU usage problems with Shellexperiencehost.exe (Windows Shell Experience Host). This article will discuss with you how to fix that.
Let me explain first What is the “Windows Shell Experience Host” process?
Windows Shell Experience Host is an official part of Windows. It’s responsible for presenting universal apps in a windowed interface. It also handles several graphical elements of the interface, like Start menu and taskbar transparency and the new visuals for your notification area calendar, flyouts–clock…
To check out whether this is the case on your system running Windows 10, press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open the Task Manager. Click the “more details” link at the bottom left of it and find the Windows Shell Experience Host process in the listing. The process name is Shellexperiencehost.exe (Windows Shell Experience Host), you will look for its CPU and memory use.