Windows 7 reports a LOT of Windows Update problems - Host Process for Windows Services

The user received a message that a lot of the Host Processes for Windows Services, specifically Windows Update Installation, had problems.  I've attached a screen shot.

They had experiences performance problems after installing the Grammarly extension for Office 2010 and Word.  In the process of installing Grammarly they ran a Malwarebytes scan which found Potentially Unwanted Programs.

Is this problem temporary?  Would a restart reset it?

Windows Services Problem
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do a system restore to a date when it was ok - that's the fastest way out imo
performance problems and lags can be caused by windows update running in the background, look in task manager and the current running programs on taskbar notifications> where you may see the windows updates icon with pending updates waiting,
Check there is no more updates available if there is download them,  then check the start orb to see if there is a windows update needs to be reboot on the shutdown button.
No need to look at the windows updates>( Optional)
What is the message in the View Technical details?

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Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
The internet explorer issues don't raise any flags; but, is there supposed to be an iolo product installed?
The Windows Update problems can stem from numerous causes which are rarely due to a PUP so we need the details of some of the crashes.  What file(s) crashed and what was the error code?
Did windows update require a restart? If the user forgot to do the restart then yes this would pose a issue.
Larry - any feedback?
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