Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry uses 50% of disk usage, making PC very slow and annoying
We will describe what Microsoft compatibility remote measurement is.
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What is Microsoft Compatibility Remote Measurement? Why is it causing high disk, CPU, and memory usage
Windows Compatibility Telemetry is the most important process in Windows 10. A process is a process by which a user of an operating state of a Windows device and its associated software
Microsoft uses this data to improve the user experience and resolve any bugs and errors that may occur on a Windows 10 computer.
By default, the Windows development team uses this collected data from millions of users to release new updates, because they know they are constantly improving.
Here's why Windows users are complaining a lot about Microsoft compatibility telemetry. Any questions about compattelrunner.exe?
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How to disable Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry
You can easily disable Windows. 10 Remote measurement. Here is the best solution for turning off the compattelrunner.exe window
1. Disable Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry by using the Group Policy Editor
You can start the Group Policy Editor starting with the Windows 10 utility.
- Press Windows + R to open the Run dialog box, type gpedit.msc and click OK .
- The Group Policy Editor opens.
- Double-click Allow Remote Measurement, select Disabled, and then click OK.
When you have completed the reconciliation, open Task Manager and make sure that you are having problems with the Microsoft Compatibility Remote Measurement Disk on Windows 10. If not, proceed to the next solution.
2. Use Registry Editor to Turn Off Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry
You can also use the Windows 10 Registry Editor to modify the Windows Compatibility Telemetry.
- Click "Yes" because Windows asks for permission in Windows User Account Control
- Press the Windows + R key to open the Run dialog box, type regedit Right click on the DataCollection and select New > . Click on the following link: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE> Software> Policies> Microsoft> Windows> DataCollection DWORD Value .
- A new file name is created, select Allow Remote Measurement and then double-click Allow. Telemetry
- In V enter 0 and click .
When you set this value, press Ctrl + Shift + Press the Esc key to open the Task Manager. Now make sure that the problem with using the Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry Disk has been resolved.
3. Disabling Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry Using CMD
You can also use the command prompt to disable compattelrunner.exe on Windows 10.
- Press the Windows key, type command prompt, and right-click to run as administrator. When the
- window appears, type the following commands one by one and press Enter.
- c: \ ProgramData \ Microsoft \ Diagnostics \ ETLLogs \ AutoLogger \ AutoLogger-Diagtrack-Listener.etl reg add
- "HKLM SOFTWARE \ Policies Microsoft Windows DataCollection "/ v AllowTelemetry / t REG_DWORD / d 0 / f
Disable compatteltunner.exe directly in Task Scheduler
If you disable compattelrunner.exe, the Windows Compatibility Telemetry process will not run in Task Manager. Follow these steps:
- Press Windows + R to open the Run dialog box. Then type taskschd.msc and press Enter.
- The Task Scheduler window appears. Click to expand Task Scheduler Library .
- Now find and click the Microsoft> Windows folder
- Application Experience folder . On the right hand side there are a few actions to be taken.
- Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser Click Action. Right-click on it and disable . This disables the Microsoft Compatibility Telemetry feature.
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