Process taking nearly 100 percent of my CPU What i will do?

When windows slows down  to an unbearable crawl, a very strong possibility exists that one particular process is at fault—in some instances taking close to 100 percent of the CPU’s capabilities. In
such a case, your best recourse is to kill the process. For purposes of Windows troubleshooting, a process is a program or an independent piece of a program. as I write this, Seven applications, but 93 processes, are running on my computer.If the problem keeps reappearing after you’ve killed it, you may need to prevent the process from loading altogether.
To check your processes, right-click the taskbar and select Start
Task Manager. click the Processes tab, followed by the CPU column heading. Doing so will cause the performance-hampering culprit to show up at the top of the list.To kill a process, select it and click End Process. In the resulting, needlessly scary dialog box, click End Process again. some programs
may close down or freeze up when closed in this way, but you’ll have your computer back. If the problem continues to recur, you need to find out more about the process. Visit or to see whether they can help you learn more details about it. Don’t use either site’s options for scanning your drive, however; instead, simply enter the process’s name in the site’s search field.Once you’ve identified what process is launching the resource hog, check to see if an update or bug fix that addresses the problem
is available. If not, consider switching to a competing app.