Vsserv.exe Process Taking Much Cpu

Check the screenshot. I have the Antivirus Plus 2015 and I have NOT installed any other antivirus, antispyware or antimalware.


Please do not ask me to send any report of my pc because the problem is caused by Bitdefender. Solve this problem that has gone on for years. http://forum.bitdefender.com/index.php?showtopic=16500

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  • Hello vincenzo,


    Not everyone seems to suffer from this, see the screenshots from my Task Manager. If you don't want to send in a report, that is your choice, but doing so will help you solve whatever is causing your problem (BD GUI dropdown>Help and Support) and may be of help to others.


    Ro.

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  • I'm not sure this is going to bring you any "joy", vincenzo, but here is a response from another thread concerning the high memory use (my vsserv.exe cpu is 0-4%), FAD (functions as designed): http://forum.bitdefender.com/index.php?s=&...st&p=217092


    My numbers below are from a cheaper laptop, 4GB of RAM, and a Intel Celeron 2.16 GHz CPU, Windows 8.1 with BD 2015 Internet Security.


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  • I think that this has been an ongoing issue and developers are still trying to find a fix for this. Since vsserv is an exe file for real time protection, I could only assume that BD is taking up a lot of resources since there are active threats?That's only my conclusion though. Below are the suggestions, it would be nice if any of these would help you out. 1.gif


    http://www.bitdefender.com/support/what-is...ocess-1116.html

  • RampantRampant ✭✭
    edited November 2014
    Since vsserv is an exe file for real time protection


    This batch service that combines multiple processes, their more than 100, and all they need RAM)

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  • edited November 2014

    I did not realize how many processes vsserv.exe was handling. Thanks for the enlightening post and image.


    By the way, if you wish to tell (otherwise PM me) what software did you use to get that information?

  • RampantRampant ✭✭
    edited November 2014

    For the analysis of the processes I use a program such as PCHunter_free, KillSwitch (for Comodo). Google will help you.

  • Thank you, friend :)

  • edited December 2014

    "Best antivirus" taking 200 mb of ram. It's normal.


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