Windows 10 State Repository Service causing High CPU Usage? Here how to fix

Did you notice Windows 10 laptop did not perform well after the 1903 update? Windows 10 freezes while open apps or Microsoft edge browser and State Repository Service causing almost 100 CPU usage? In Windows 10, State Repository Service is a browser-based service, that helps a user to capture and save multiple independent snapshots of browsing sessions on a web browser. So that at a later time, the user can retrieve any saved snapshot on another web browser on a different device and continue accessing any particular saved browsing session in any order according to wish.

Undoubtedly, this is an amazing service, But sometimes due to a bug on the latest windows update, State Repository Service starts consuming 100% CPU. Which cause the system became not responding or running slow.

State repository service high cpu

Since this service utilizes most of the CPU resources, so your Windows 10 computer may face a high CPU usage issue and the performance may be affected continually. If you are also struggling with a similar situation here are effective solutions you may apply to fix Windows 10 High CPU usage or 100 disk usage problem.

Repair or Reset Microsoft Edge

  • Open Windows 10 Settings ( Windows + I ) then click on Apps.
  • Here on Apps & features section, search for Microsoft Edge click on it, and select Advanced options.

Edge advanced options

  • On the next window, you will see two options: Repair and Reset.
  • Click on the Repair button. It may take a while to get everything done.

Caution: One thing you need to keep in mind is that repairing the Edge browser won’t affect anything, but resetting Microsoft Edge will remove all your history, cookies, and any settings you might have changed.

reset edge

If repairing Microsoft Edge does not help and State Repository Service high CPU usage issue still persists, try using the Reset option to reset the Edge browser and get rid of this problem.

Restart State Repository Service

State Repository Service is turned on by default, and you should keep it ON so that you can get the snapshots of browsing sessions can be captured and saved properly. But as the service causing the issue,  restarting State Repository Service is another helpful option that can resolve if the service gets stuck and causing high system resources.

  • Press Windows + R, type services.msc, and click ok,
  • Scroll down and located service named state repository
  • Right-click on state repository service and select restart,

restart state repository service

In case, if the Restart option is grayed out then double-click on the State Repository Service to open its Properties dialog box and press the Stop button first. Once the Service status is stopped, now press the Start button to start State Repository Service again.

Reinstall Built-in Apps in Windows 10

If after resetting edge browser and restart State Repository Service Still, State Repository causing 100% CPU usage? Reinstalling all the built-in applications is another best solution you must try.

Note: Before performing the steps below we recommend to create a system restore point So that if anything goes wrong after reinstall built-in apps you can use the system restore feature to revert back recent changes without any data loss.

Open Powershell as administrator, you can do this by right click on the windows 10 start menu and select PowerShell (admin) Then perform the command below.

Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}

Reinstall Built-in Apps in Windows 10

This command will install all the standard applications on your system, After that close the PowerShell window and restart your PC. On the next login, open edge browser and check There is no more high CPU usage by State Repository Service.

I hope to apply these solutions help you to resolve State Repository Service High CPU Usage in Windows 10 version 1903. Still, have any query, a suggestion about this post feel free to discuss on the comments below. Also, Read

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