Print Spooler“spoolsv.exe” causing high CPU usage

Go to Start –> Run and type ‘services.msc‘

In the right pane navigate to ‘Print Spooler‘. Right click on the spooler and stop it.

Open C:Windowssystem32spoolPRINTERS that contains spool files with the .shd and .shl extensions. You may delete the contents of this folder.

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