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    Question ASUS T100TAF problem with memory and cpu usage, out of the box.

    A few days ago, I purchased a 2 in 1 book/tablet. ASUS T100TAF. I started it up after charging it up, I did not install a thing, just went thru the steps to register it and get it online.

    First thing I did was CTRL-ALT-DEL and it showed CPU at 48% and Memory at 68%. WTH??? It's looking like windows defender, is using all this cpu and memory. How do I recover all this, do I really need this to hog my system, I might as well not even have this tablet, if 2/3 of it's memory is hogged by one program, and nearly half of the cpu...

    Any help would be appreciated. Not gonna put anything on it unless or until I can remedy this problem.

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    Patience, you're not the first to see this in a brand new Chi. At some point when it's finished with background maintenance it should calm down enough for you tom restart. Make certain all the updates have been applied. It will take a while, again, to settle down, then you should be fine.

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    He's got a T100TAF not a Chi

    But I agree - you are being hasty.
    1) RAM is limited on this device
    2) The CPU is good, but isn't the same as a top end CPU
    3) This is designed to be a portable device & is priced & specced accordingly
    4) Install all updates etc, etc run it & it should finish all it needs to do & then ignore the stats, reports etc & use the device to see how it feels in real use. If it feels fine, then it is fine. If not, it isn't the device for you.

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