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The runtime broker in Windows 10 is a process that helps manage app permissions and ensures apps are behaving themselves. Unfortunately, the broker itself can throw a fit every now and then and consume system resources. Here’s how to fix the runtime broker high CPU usage error in Windows 10.
As the runtime broker is a middleman, it isn’t the process itself causing high CPU usage but the application that is utilizing it. This is often Windows default apps or system notifications.
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