Can anyone tell me the best way to find out what the ludicrously named 'System Idle Process' is actually doing? I can guarantee it's going to take up 95% of processor resources, just when I'm in the middle of something important.
There's probably a way to look at it's sub-processes which I can then kick into touch - I'm willing to bet that some of them are probably useless anyway.
The only trouble is process dependencies probably...
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