You may wonder what the WMI Provider Host is and why it takes such a high CPU usage on Windows Creators Update in the Task Manager. WmiPrvSE, the acronym for Windows Management Instrumentation Provider Service, functioning as the host to ensure all of the Windows management services to operate, without which programs in Windows would be difficult to running normally, resulting in unexpected computer issues like blue screen, black screen etc. To get rid of the WMI Provider Host consuming lots of CPU on Windows 10, we have come out with 5 Methods for you.
Scan for Viruses and Malware-
Uninstall Problematic Programs and Drivers
Perform sfc and DISM scan
Restart WMI Provider Host Service on Windows 10 Creators Update
Boot into Safe Mode with Networking