Working on the latest computer is often a very nice feeling as all the things are setup and configured in the way you like it. For all the HP users, there could be one big irritation that totally destroys the experience. HP Touchpoint Analytics Service is a part of the software that is burning up system resources and is getting installed without notifying the users.
The software is just a telemetry tool that is supposed to be part of a suite of security software, but it possesses the inadvertent side effect of making a system slow and largely unpleasant to use. A particular HP user reports more than 95% CPU usage because of the analytics service also moreover increased by anti-malware software checking for doubtful activity.
Luckily it is now possible to eliminate the service without very much trouble, but no way is there so as to cancel access to data that has previously been shared using it. The service can simply be stopped by means of services.msc and by easily disabling HP Touchpoint Analytics Client. Just uninstalling HP Touchpoint Manager from Features and Programs should also remove and stop the service from running.
Quite freshly, Lenovo was fined a $3.5 million from the FTC for loading spyware the computers of theirs, therefore HP had better clean up its act to escape from the similar sort of a fate. It has not officially accepted the problem but is probably aware of the problem previously from all the objections on its support website.
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