What is Windows Modules Installer Worker?

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When Windows users open the “task manager” panel, they see many applications running in the background. Some of these applications are also not modest in terms of CPU (processor) and RAM consumption! One of them is the Windows Modules Installer Worker, the TiWorker.exe application as it appears. So what is Windows Modules Installer Worker, what does it do and how to close it?

What is the Windows Modules Installer Worker and what does it do?

Windows Modules Installer worker (TiWorker.exe), which runs automatically after Microsoft’s Windows updates, is especially tiring for laptops. The application, which is a headache for Windows users, has the task of installing some of Microsoft’s programs and fixing system files. It also carries out some optimization processes such as deleting temporary files.

Windows Modules Installer Worker (TiWorker.exe) application draws the attention of users with its CPU and RAM consumption. While the application sometimes burdens the processor at a rate of over 50 percent, it uses a high amount of RAM.

It is also possible to close the application that is tiring the computer, in other words, to manage it manually. Thus, factors that attract attention, such as both the opening time of the computer and its temperature, change positively.

How to close Windows Modules Installer Worker?

When you want to close or disable this application running in the background, you can do so in different ways.

The steps to disable the Windows Modules Installer Worker are as follows:

Step 1: Press the Windows + R key. Open the Windows Services panel by typing services.msc on the screen that appears.

Step 2: Find the application in the service list. Right click the application and select properties.

3. Step: On the screen that appears, activate ‘manual’ or ‘manually’ option for ‘Startup Type’.

On the other hand, if the error is not resolved when you close the application, try disabling the Windows automatic update. The steps for this process are as follows:

Step 1: Press the Windows + R key. Open the Windows Services panel by typing services.msc on the screen that appears.

Step 2: Come to the Windows Update section, right click and select properties.

3. Step: On the screen that appears, activate the disabled or manual preferences for “Startup Type”.

How to close the TiWorker.exe process?

If closing the Windows Modules Installer Worker did not resolve the error, alternatively close TiWorker.exe. Below are the steps you need to follow to turn off this process.

Step 1: Go to ‘Task Manager’ screen by right clicking on the start bar.

Step 2: Find TiWorker.exe in the details section. From here, right click on the process and click on “Finish Task”.

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