Muffle system logging error updating
I’ve found people who have the process consuming extremely high values of CPU, which is not my case. Will it be active all the time, consuming (even) a minimal part of CPU?"System interrupts" is not a process in the traditional sense, but is present to try to explain to the user that the computer is spending 1.5% of its CPU resources processing interrupt requests.It will help you figure out what is causing the latency, such as a network adapter.On the download page, they also have an entire explanation of how to use the program to figure out which device is causing the latency.
Interrupts (IRQs) exist so that the hardware components of your system can tell the CPU things like "an error occurred", or "the data you requested is now available", or "this device would like to send data".Since a lot of these components are connected in some way or another, it’s a good idea to update as many hardware drivers as possible, not just the sound drivers.For Realtek, make sure you go to their site and download the latest driver directly from there.Any time a device or piece of software needs to tell the CPU something about the task it's performing, or needs to instruct the CPU to do something, it raises an Interrupt, which the CPU receives and handles.When this happens, the CPU immediately stops what it is doing such that it processes the interrupt.