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HP Keyboard Kit OSD consuming excessive CPU

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HP TouchSmart 600-1350 Desktop PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

The HP Keyboard Kit OSD program seems to be consuming a large amount of CPU, 30%.  Is this normal?  If not, how do I address this issue?  I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the HP Support Framework and HP Assistant programs, but it had no effect.

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@LATip Welcome to HP Community!


The keyboard kit will not consume a large amount of the CPU. 


Does a slow PC have you down? If so, try some of the following suggestions to help make your Windows 10 PC run better. The tips are listed in order, so start with the first one, see if that fixes the problem, and then continue to the next one if it doesn’t. 


1. Make sure you have the latest updates for Windows and device drivers 

2. Restart your PC and open only the apps you need 

3. Check memory and memory usage 

4. Check for low disk space and make some room 

5. Restore your PC from a system restore point 

6. Disable unnecessary startup programs 

7. Check for and remove viruses and malware 

8. Check for corrupted Windows system files 

9. Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows 

10. Adjust or turn off OneDrive sync 

11. Reset your PC 

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Please refer the following link to Improving PC Performance (Windows 10)


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