Windows Modules Installer Worker is the most frequent common error in windows machine. Basically, it happens when you running many applications and your CPU can’t handle it because of not having enough configuration for working those software and CPU started using more than 50% of space.
Sometimes this may occur due to automatic schedule maintenance of windows for checking updates and fixing some bugs. This is the very first thing you should check if you getting high CPU uses and it can be simply fixed by troubleshooting windows update.
If you still having an issue and unable to fix the problem, then you can follow below steps.
Windows Modules Installer Worker Windows 7/8/10
Step 1: Press Windows+R and type ‘services.msc’ and click OK.
Step 2: A new window will appear, now search for ‘Windows module installer’.
Step 3: Now double-click on it, and in startup type set it ‘manual’ and apply as shown in the picture below.
Step 4: Now again go back to services.msc and search for Windows Update and also set it manual.
Step 5: Now open control panel, double click or click the right button and find windows update.
Step 6: In left, click on ‘change setting’ and choose ‘Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them’
Step 7: After doing all setting reboot your system to fully activated the changes.
All done, now you won’t see ‘windows modules installer’ message ever again.
You set your windows updates manual so it won’t be able to check it automatically. You have to check your windows updates manually weekly or monthly.
In some cases, TiWorker.exe may cause windows modules installer worker. It’s also connected to windows update.
How to fix TiWorker.exe error
Method 1: By running system and maintenance troubleshooter
Step 1: Press Windows Home button and search for ‘Troubleshooting’
Step 2: Now click on view all in upper top left side corner as shown in the picture below.
Step 3: Click on ‘System Maintenance’ and click on next, it will start detecting issues.
Method 2: By Checking Windows Update
Step 1: Open control panel and in top right side click on view by large icons.
Step 2: Click on windows update and set it manual.
Method 3: By Performing clean boot
This tool lets you find the unwanted and temporary files on your system. By deleting them you can release some amount of space which will help you reduce high CPU uses.
Step 1: Click on windows button and search for msconfig.exe.
Step 2: Click on it and a new window will appear see picture below. Now in general tab select normal startup and press OK.
Now follow the steps and when system indicate to restart the computer, click on it.
These are the most common methods to fix the issue of windows modules installer worker but if you are still facing the same problem then you should upgrade the configuration of the system for better performance.